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v.2 
1967 




U.S. National Institutes of Health. Di- 
vision of Research Grants. 
Cumulative "bibliography. Bethesda, Md., 
National Institutes of Health, 1967- 





For administrative use only 
June 1967 



DIVISION OF RESEARCH FACILITIES AND RESOURCES 



CUMULATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR F. Y. 1961-1966, INCL. 



Research Documentation Section 

Statistics and Analysis Branch 

Division of Research Grants 

National Institutes of Health 

Bethesda, Md. 



INTRODUCTION 



This bibliography, listed numerically by grant number, is 
the DRFR portion of a six-year cumulative bibliography of PHS 
grantee publications. It was compiled from data cards which 
were used to prepare the bibliographic lists contained in the 
six annual issues of the Research Grants Index (1961-1966).* 
Two changes in the format of the RGI during 1961-1966 account 
for the margin variations in this publication. 

The bibliographic list includes names of principal 
investigators of all DRFR research grants which appeared in the 
f.y. 1961-1965 RGI editions, even though some of the grants had 
no publications; but the names of investigators who were awarded 
new grants in f.y. 1966 but had no publications are not included. 
In instances where the principal investigator changed during the 
project period, only the name of the most recent investigator is 
shown . 

An alphabetical listing of the DRFR grantees is appended to 
the bibliography, and a list of grantees for all Institutes/ 
Divisions for the same period is attached. 

Extra copies of this bibliography, as well as the separate 
listings for other PHS Institutes/Divisions, are available in 
limited number from the Research Documentation Section, SAB/DRG. 



* General Research Support (GS) and Clinical Research 
Centers (OG) are included here, although these programs 
were in effect prior to the organization of DRFR. 



GLOSSARY 

Abbreviations for Institutes/Divisions and Study Sections/Committees 
In use during the period f.y. 1961-1966. 

Ins titute/Divisio n Abbreviation 

National Institutes of Healt h 

Allergy and Infectious Diseases E, AI, AIP — ' 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases A, AM, AMP 

Cancer . . . C, CA, CAP, CY, CYP 

Child Health and Human Development . . . , „ HD 

Dental D, DE, DEP 

General Medical Sciences G, GM, GMP 

»' " " - Translation (1961 only) . . . . T 

Heart H, HE, HEP 

Mental Health M, 3M, MH, MHP, MY, MYP 

Neurological Diseases and Blindness B, NB, NBP 

Office of International Research RF, TW 

Research Facilities and Resources FR 

Clinical Research Centers (1962 only) OG 

General Research Support (1962 only) GS 

Community Health, Bureau of State Services -■' 

Accident Prevention .......... AC 

Chronic Diseases CD 

Communicable Disease Center . CC 

Community Health Services . . CH 

Dental Health DH 

Hospital and Medical Facilities ..... HM 

Hospital Research Facilities (NIH support, 1961-1962). W 

Nursing NU 

Nursing (NIH support, 1961-1962) GN 

2/ 

Environmental Health, Bureau of State Services — 

Air Pollution ..... ..... . AP 

Air Pollution (NIH support, 1961) S 

Environmental Engineering and Food Protection ...... EF 

Environmental Health Sciences , ES 

Occupational Health .OH 

Office of Solid Wastes SW 

Radiological Health . RH 

3/ Water Supply and Pollution Control ...... WP 

Water Pollution (NIH support, 1961). ........ .K 

\J The letter "P" after an Institute/Division abbreviation indicates a 
program grant (except AP and WP) . 

2/ Prior to the recent reorganization of the Public Health Service. 

3/ On Dec. 31, 1965 the Division of Water Supply & Pollution Control was 

made a separate Administration of DHEW, and on May 10, 1966, by virtue of 
the 1966 reorganization Plan No. 2, the Wat*- Pollution Control Administra- 
tion was transferred to the Dept. of the Interior. F.y. 1966 awards 
administered .-ne'er this activity are included in this publication even 
though these programs were not under the PH3 for the entire fiscal year. 

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Study Section/Committee Abbreviation 

Accident Prevention Research Ace Prev, APR 

Allergy and Immunology <, . . . . A&I, AI 

Allergy and Immunology Program-Project Committee .... AIP 

Allergy and Immunology Training Committee AITC 

Allergy and Infectious Diseases Training Committee . . . AID 

Applied Physiology AFY 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Program- Project 

Committee AMP 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Research Career 

Award Program-Project Committee .......... AMK 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Training Committee . . AMTC, ARTH 

Bacteriology and Mycology B&M, BM 

Behavioral Sciences ... BS 

Behavioral Sciences Fellowship Panel BEH 

Biochemistry BIO 

Biological Training Committee BTC 

Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry .... BBC 

Cancer Chemotherapy CY 

Cancer Program-Project Committee CAP 

Cancer Training Committee CTC 

Cardiovascular ; Cardio, CV 

Cell Biology CB 

Chemotherapy CY 

Child Health and Human Development Program-Project 

Committee HDP 

Clinical Research Centers CLR, CRC 

Clinical Research Center Program- Project Committee, 

General GMC 

Communicative Disorder Research- Training Committee . . . CDR 

Communicative Sciences , CMS 

Computers in Research . COM 

Construction Review Committee CRC 

Dental DEN 

Dental Program-Project Committee DEP 

Dentail Training Committee .... DTC, DTL 

Dermatology Review Committee DER 

Endocrinology Endo, END 

Environmental Sciences and Engineering ESE 

Environmental Sciences Review Committee ERT 

Epidemiology and Disease Control DC 

Experimental Psychology EXP Psy, EP 

General Medical Research Program-Project Committee . . . GMP 

General Medicine GM 

General Research Support . . GRS 

Genetics GEN 

Health Science Engineering and Biotechnology, Advisory 

Committee on SPR 

Health Services Research HSR 

Heart Program-Project Committee a . . . HEP 

Heart Training Committee HTC 

Hematology Hema, HEM 

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Study Section/Committee Abbreviation 

History of Life Sciences (formerly History of Medicine) . HistMed, KM 

Hospital and Medical Facilities HMF 

Human Ecology HUM Ec, HUE 

Human Embryology and Development HED 

International Centers, Committee on CIC 

International Fellowships Review Committee IFRC 

International Fellowships Review Panel IFRP 

Medical Libraries Facilities & Resources, Committee on . LFR 

Medicinal Chemistry MC 

Mental Health MH 

Mental Health Project Grants Review Committee MHPG, MHP, MPG, MPGA 

Mental Health Research Career Award Training Committee . MHK 

Mental Health Selection Committee MHSC 

Mental Health Small Grants MSM 

Mental Health Special Committee MHSC 

Mental Health Training Committee MTC 

Metabolism MET 

Microbiology Training Committee MIC 

Neurological Sciences Research Training Committee .... NSR 

Neurology Neuro, NEU 

Neurology and Blindness Program-Project Committee .... NBP 

Neurology Field Investigations . . NFI 

Nursing Research NR 

Nutrition Nutr, NTN 

Pathology PATH 

Perinatal Review Committee PNL 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics PET 

Pharmacology and Toxicology Review Committee PTR 

Physiological Chemistry Phys Ch, PC 

Physiology Physio, PHY 

Primate Cells, Advisory Committee on PME 

Primate Research . Prim Res, PR 

Primate Research Centers, Advisory Committee on PME 

Psychopharmacology PMY 

Radiation RAD 

Research Career Award Training Committee RCA 

Scientific Publications ..... CSP 

Sensory Diseases SD 

Special Program-Project Committee SPP 

Special Resource Centers SPR 

Surgery SURG 

Toxicology TOX 

Translation Review Committee TRC 

Tropical Medicine and Parasitology TMP 

Virology and Rickettsiology V&R, VR 

Visual Sciences VIS 

Miscellaneous 

Ad Hoc Review AHR 

No Study Section NSS 

Special Review (Institute Review) SRC 

Special Study Se-tion SSS 



DIVISION OF RESEARCH FACILITIES AND RESOURCES 
CUMULATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY f.y. 1961-1966 



PHS 
GRANT NO. 

TTC -00002 



REVIEW 
GROUP 



INVESTIGATOR, ADDRESS, PROJECT TITLE, 
AND PUBLICATIONS 



CRC 



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CRC 


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CRC 


OG-00006 


CRC 


OG-00007 


CRC 


OG-00008 


CRC 


OG-00010 


CRC 


OG-00011 


CRC 


OG-00012 


CRC 


OG-00013 


CRC 


OG-00014 


CRC 


OG-00015 


CRC 


OG-00016 


CRC 


OG-00017 


CRC 


OG-00018 


CRC 


OG-0M19 


CRC 


OG-00021 


CRC 


TO -00022 


CRC 



OG-00023 


CRC 


OG-00024 


CRC 


TJC^ZB 


CRC 



NEWMAN, E. V., Vanderbilt U., Nashville, Tenn. 
Clinical research center 
J Clin Invest 40, Dec 61. Determination of 

human platelet survival. 
J Tenn Med Assn 54:246, 61. Cushing's syn- 
drome. 
Metabolism 10:1021, 61. Specific and non- 
specific inhibition of mineralo-corticoid activity. 
Surg Gynec Obstet 113:234, 61. A new angio- 
graphic contrast medium. 
MULHOLLAND, H. H.; New York Univ. Med. Cr. 
N.Y.C. Clinical Research 

Center 
SIDBURY, J.B., Jr., Duke U., Durham, N.C. 

Clinical research ward 
THORN, G.W., Harvard U., Boston, Mass. 

Development of a clinical research center 
FROMMEYER, W.B., Jr., U. Alabama, Birmingham 
To establish and operate a clinical research 
center 
WOODWARD, TX, U. Maryland, Baltimore, Md. 

Clinical investlaation and metabolic research unit 
HAMWI, G.J., Ohio State U., Columbus, Ohio 

Clinical Research Center 
TURNER, T.B., Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore, Md. 
Clinical research center 
KIPNIS, D.M., Washington U., St. Louis, Mo. 

Proposed clinical research center 
AAGAARD, G.N., U. Washington, Seattle 

Clinical Research Center 
BEESON, P.B., Yale U., New Haven, Conn. 
Clinical Research Center 
Cancer Res 21 : 55TJ, Hay 61. 
RICHARDSON, A.P., Emory U., Atlanta, Ga. 

Clinical Research Center 
DRIPPS, R.D., U. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

Clinical research facility 
JEGHERS, H., Seton Hall C, Jersey City, N.J. 

Clinical Research Center 
HUBBARD, W.N., Jr., U. Michigan, Ann Arbor 

Clinical research center 
LOOSLI, C.G., U. So. California, Los Angeles 

Clinical research center 
DOWLING, H.F., U. Illinois, Chicago 
Clinical Research Center for research and 
educational hospitals 
ANDERSON, D. G., U. Rochester, N. Y. 
Clinical research facility 
"CTin"Res~97Z06,~oT. 
Proc Am Soc Clin Invest 53rd Ann Mtg, p. 67, 

May 61. 
Proc Endocr Soc 43rd Ann Mtg, p. 4T, 105, Juh 61. 
DEITRICK, J.E., Cornell Univ., N.Y.C. 
Establishment of a clinical research 
facility 
BERRYHILL, W.R., U. North Carolina, 
Chapel Hill 

Clinical research facility 
Young, R., Northwestern Univ., Evanston, Iff. 



PHS 
GRANT NO. 

OC-27 
OG-00029 



REVIEW 
GROUP 



INVESTIGATOR, ADDRESS, PROJECT TITLE, 
AND PUBLICATIONS 



CRC 



CRC 



OG-31 
OG-32 
07T-35 
OtT-36 
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CRC 
CRC 
CRC 
CRC 
CRC 
CRC 


CRC 


OGBfO 
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0G=f3 
0TJw?5 

OG-00046 


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CRC 
CRC 
CRC 


CRC 


OG-00048 




CRC 


OG-00050 




CRC 


OG-00051 




CRC 


TJG=00052 




CRC 


" OG-00054 




CRC 


~OG-00056 




SSS 


OG-00057 




CRC 


TJG-00060 




CRC 


OG-00062 




CRC 


OG-00063 




CRC 


UG^00065 




CRC 


OG-00066 




CRC 


OG-00067 




CRC 


~ OG-00068 




CRC 


OG-00070 




CRC 


OG-00071 




CRC 



Glaser, R.J., Univ. Cororado, Denver, Colo. 

TURNER, THOMAS B./ Sch. Med., Johns Hopkins 
Univ., Baltimore, Md. Support of a clinical 

research center for children 
J Oklahoma Med Assn 55:96, 62. Computers 

in modern medicine. 
J Oklahoma Med Assn 55:213, 62. Computer 
as a diagnostic aid in medicine. 
Lawrason, D., Univ. Arkansas Med. Cr. , Little Rocfc , ~Arlc." 
Eder, H.A., Yeshiva Univ., N.Y.C. 
Cherkasky, M., Montefiore Hosp., N.Y.C. 
Astwood, E.B., Tufts -New England Med. Cr. , Boston, Miss. 
Bennett, H.S., Univ. Chicago, Chicago, ITT. 
Myers, J.D., Univ. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
DEISS, W.P., Jr., Indiana U. Res. Div., 
Bloomington Multicategorical 

clinical research facility 
Engstrom, W.W. , Marquette Univ. , Milwaukee, Wis. 
Hickey, R.C. , State Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 
Hussey, H.H. , Georgetown Univ., Washington, D.C. 
Greenberg, W.V., Georgia Med. Col. , Augusta, Ga : . 
RILEY, H.D., Jr., U. Oklahoma, Okla. City 
Multicategorical clinical research center 
VIVAS, J.R., U. Puerto Rico, San Juan 

Multidisciplinary clinical research facility 
PAPPER, S., Med. C. Virginia, Richmond 

Multicategorical clinical research facilitv 
STATE, D., Yeshiva Univ., N.Y.C. 

General clinical research center-Acute 
MILLER, C. A., U. Kansas., Kansas City 

Clinical research facilities unit 
KNOWLES, H.C., Jr., U. Cincinnati, Ohio 

Multicategorical Research Center 
KEMPE, C.H., U. Colorado, Denver 

Clinical research facility in pediatrics 
ALWAY, R.H., Stanford U., Cal. 

Multicategorical clinical research center 
SODEMAN, W. A., Jefferson Med. C, Philadelphia 

General clinical research center 
TRUSLOW, J.B., U. Texas, Galveston 

Clinical research center 
WH1TTEN, C.F., Wayne State U., Detroit 
A clinical research center for children 
CASTLE, W.B., Thorndike Mem. Lab., Boston 
Harvard Medical Research Center — Boston City 
Hospital 
RUBIN, M.I., U. Buffalo, New York City 
Children's research center 
BAXTER, E., Children's Hospital, Columbus, Ohio 

Clinical research center 
FORSHAM, P.H., U. California, San Francisco 

Multicateaorical Clinical Research Center 
KRETCHMER, N., Stanford U., Cal. 
Clinical Research Center for premature 
infants 
HARRELL, G.T., U. Florida, Gainesville 
Noncategorical Clinical Research Center 



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NSS 


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CS-00041 


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VOLKER, J.F., U. Alabama, Birmingham 

General research support 
TOCCHiNI, J.. Col. Physicians & Surgeons, 

San Francisco 

Genera! research support 
SMITH, CT., Lo'ma Linda U., Cat. 

Genera! research suDoort 
McNULTY, R.W., U. Southern Cal., Los Angeles 

General research support 
SOGNNAES, R.F., U. California, Los Angeles 

General research suooort 
FLEMING, W.C., U. Cal. Med. Cr., San Francises 

General rssearch_siiooort 
HESS," W.Cv Georgetown U., Wash., D.C. 

General research suooe-rt 
DIXON, R.A., Howard U. ; Wash., D, C. 

General research support 
MOULTCN, G„. Emory U., Atlanta, Ga. 

Genera! research sMnnrsr* 
SCHOUR, !., U; Illinois, Chicago 

General research support 
TOTO, P.D., Loyola U„ Chicago, ill. 

Gsnersl research suooort 
Tr:USCHER,G.W., Northwestern U,, Chicago, III. 

General research support 
NINE;', M.K., Indiana U„ Indianapolis, Ind. 

General research support 
EAST0N, G.S., State U. Iowa, Iowa City 

Genera! research support 
MORRIS, A.L., U. Kentucky Medical Center, 

Lexington Genera! research support 
MYERS, R.E., Li. Louisville, Kentucky 

Gener?.! research support 
HOUGHTON, F.J., Loyola U., New Orleans, La. 

General research support 
ASSENBERG, M.S., U. Maryland, Baltimore 

Genera! research support 
CREEP, R.O., Harvard U., Boston 

General research support 
HEIN,J.W,, Tufts U., Boston, Mass, 

General research support 
BARALT, A.RJr., U. Detroit, Michigan 

General research support 
mSW;"vm7UT!Sic5Igan, Ann Arbor 

General research support 
CRAWFORD, W.H., U. Minnesota, Minneapolis 

General research support 
ROBINSON, H.B.G., U. Kansas City, Missouri 

General research support 
FLiEDER, D.E., St. Louis U., Missouri 

Genera! research support 
BOLING.L.R., Washington U., St. Louis, Missouri 

General research support 
aUII'iN,G.W.. Creighton U., Omaha, Nebraska 

General research support 
IRELAND,. R., U. Nebraska, Lincoln 

General research support 
WILSON, W.A., Fairieigh Olckinson U., Teaneck 

General research support 
MAXWELL, MM., Seton Hall C, Jersey City 

General research support 
ENGLISH, JA.U. Buffalo 

General research support 
S WITH 7G.P7,"Colu"mTii¥TJS!v „ "N.Y.C. 

General research support 
NAGLE,RJ., New York Univ., N.Y.C. 

General research support 
BRAUER, J.C., U. Norih Carolina, Chapel Hill 

General research support 
WOOLPERT,O.C.,Ohio State U., Columbus 

Genera! research support 
BOYLE, P.E., Western Reserve U., Cleveland, Ohis 

General research support 
NOYES, H.J., U. Oregon, Portland 

General research suooort 
BURKET, L.W., U. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

General research support 
FORREST, E.J., ti. Pittsubrgh, Pennsylvania 

Genera! research support 
TSMMONS, G.D., Temple U., Philadelphia, Pa. 

General research support 
MOHAMMED, C.S., I). Puerto Rico, San Juan 

Genera! research supuort 
MOBLEY, EX., Meharry Med. C, Nashville, Tenn. 

Genera! research support 
PETERSOM, S.A., U. Tennessee, Memphis 

General research supoort 
BISHOP, J.G., Baylor U., Dallas, Texas 

General research support 
OLSON, J.V., U. Texas, Houston 

Genera! research support 
LYONS, H., Med. C. Virginia, Richmond 

General research support 
RANDOLPH, K. V., West Virginia U., Morgantown 

Genera! research support 
RYGE, G., Marrjuette U., Milwaukee, Wis. 

General research suBPort 



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GS-0C053 


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NSS 


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NSS 


GS-00C57 


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GS-00058 


NSS 


GS-00059 


NSS 


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VOLKER, J.F., U. Alabama, Birmingham 

General research support 
SMOREY.W.K., U. Arkansas, Little Rock 

Genera! research support 
WARREN, 5.L., U. California, Los Angeles 

General research support 
SAUNDERS, J.B., U. California, San Francisco 

General research support 
MACPHERSON, W.E., Loma Linda U., California 

General research support 
LOOSLi, C.G., "d. So. California, Los Angeles 

General research support 
ALWAY, R.H., Stanford U., Palo Alto, Cal. 

General research support 
GLASER. R.J., U. Colorado, Denver 

Genera! research support 
LiPPAP.D, V.W„Yale U., New Haven, Conn. 

Gener il research suoi.'ur: 
GRIFFIfJ, A.M. , Geo. Washington U., Wash., D.C. 

Gei-eral research support 
HESS,W.C, Georgetown V , Wash., D.C. 

General research support 
HARDEN, K.A„ Howard U., Wash., D.C. 

General research support 
HARRELL, G.T., U. Florida, Gainesville 

Ceneral research support 
NICHOLSON, H.C., U. Miami, Florida 

Genera! research support 
RICHARDSON, A.P., Emory U., Atlanta, Georgia 

General research support 
RICE, W.G., Med. C. Georgia, Augusta 

General research support 
SHEININ, J.J., Chicago Med. Sch., Illinois 

General research support 
BENNETT, K.S., U. Chicago, Illinois 

General research support 
SHEEHAiM, J.F., Lcyola U., Chicago, III. 

General research support 
BENNETT, G.A., U. Illinois, Chicago 

General research support 
YOUNG, R.H., Northwestern U., Chicago, III. 

General research support 
VANNUYS, J.D., Indiana U., Indianapolis 

General research support 
HICKEY, R.C., State U. Iowa, Iowa City 

Generai research support 
MILLS, R., U. Kansas, Kansas City 

General research support 
KINSMAN, J.M., U. Louisville, Kentucky 

Genera! research support 
FRYE, W.W., Louisiana State U., New Orleans 

General research support 
LAPHAM, M.E., Tuiane U., New Orleans, Louisiana 

General research susnort 
TURNER, T.B., Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore, Md. 

Genera! research support 
STONE, W.S., U. Maryland, Baltimore 

General research supper; 
ROHRBAUGK, L.H., Boston U„ Mass. 

General research support 
BERRY, G.P., Harvard U., Boston, Mass. 

General research support 
KAYMAN, J.M., Jr., Tufts U., Boston, Mass. 

General research suoport 
HUBBARD, W.N., Jr., U. Michigan, Ann Arbor 

Genera! research support 
SCOTT, G.H., Wayne State IS., Detroit, Mich. 

General research support 
HOWARD, R.B., U. Minnesota, Minneapolis 

General research support 
MARSTON, R.Q., U. Mississippi, Jackson 

Generai research support 
WILSON, V.E., U. Missouri, Columbia 

General research support 
BROUN, G.O., St. Lcuis U., Missouri 

Gen'.ral research support 
DEMPStY, E.W., Washington I!., St. Louis, Mo. 

General research suoport 
EGAN, R.L., Creighton Sch. Med., Omaha, Nebr. 

General research supcort 
TOLLMAN, J.P., U. Nebraska, Omaha 

Geneia! research support 
MUDGE, G., Dartmouth Med. Sch., Hanover, N.H. 

Genera! research support 
McCORMACK, J£„ Seton Hai! C, Jersey City 

General research support 
WIGGERS, H.C., Union U., Albany, N.Y. 

Genera! research support 
BROWN, R.L., U. Buffalo, N.Y, 

General research support 
MERRITT, H.H., Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. 

General research support 
DEITRICK, J£„ Cornell Univ., N.Y.C. 

General research suoport 
KOGEL, M.U.. A. Einstein Col., N.Y.C. 

General research support 
SYNDER, HE., Mew York Med. Col., N.Y.C. 

General research support 
WORTiS, S.B., N.Y. Univ., N.Y.C. 

General research support 



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Clin Res 11:229, 63. Differential response 
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J Lab Clin Med 62:465, 63/ Amino acid trans- 
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Progr Cardiov Dis 5:280, Nov 62. Postero- 
medial annuloplasty for acquired mitral 
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Surg Forum 13:286, 62. Gastropancreatic 
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Am J Med 36:404, 64. Postural hypotension 
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Am J Med 36:571, 64. Recurrent acute (? gouty) 
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periodic hemodialysis. 

Arch Neurol 10:149, 64. Postural hypotension! 
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Gastroenterology 46:405, 64. Cell prolifera- 
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J Clin Invest 42:1248, 63. Red-cell and 
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J Clin Invest 43:545, 64. The effects of so- 
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Am J Dis Child, Vol. 109, Apr 65. Lipoatrophic 
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function and carbohydrate metabolism. 

Am J Dis Child, Vol. 109, Feb 65. "Double- 
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Am J Dis Child, Vol. 109, Feb 65. Salicylates 
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Am J Dis Child, Vol 109, Feb 65. "Double 
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Am J Dis Child, Vol 109, Feb 65. Salicylates 
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Am J Dis Child, Vol. 109, Apr 65. LipoatropTlic 
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Am Surg 30, (No 12) Dec 64. Gastric surgery 
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Ann Rev Med 16:285, 65. Some therapeutic 
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Ann Surg 160:937, Dec 64. Observation on pan- 
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Gastroenterology 47, (No 5), Nov 64. Studies 
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Gastroenterology 47, (No 6), Dec 64. Studies 
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length of the small bowel to a gluten-free diet. 

J Lab Clin Med 64, (No 6), Dec 64. Ferro- ~ 
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Med J Aust 2:782, Nov 64. Nutritional morbidity 
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Surg Gynec Obstet, Vol. 120, Mar 65. Studies 
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Trans Am Soc Artif Intern Organs, Vol. 11, 65. 
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On the Nature and Treatment of Diabetes, Ex- 
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FR-00038 CLR HOLLINGSWORTH, J. WILLIAM, Sch. Med., Yale " 

Univ., New Haven, Conn. General 
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Cancer Chemother Rep (No 16), Feb 62. Re- 
gional protection in cancer chemotherapy. II. 
Preliminary studies with hypogastric artery 
infusion of thymidine during treatment with 
5-iodo-2'-deoxvuridine. 

Cancer Res 21:1551, Dec 61. Alterations in 
human pyrimidine metabolism as a result of 
theraov with 6-azauridine. 

IRE Trans Bio-Med Electronics 8:253, Oct 61. 
Transistorized pacemaker for remote stimulation 
of the heart by radio-frequency transmission. 

J Clin Invest 40:2126, Dec 61. Demonstration 
of circulating antinuclear globulins in ulcer- 
ative colitis. 

Surgery 52:64, Jul 62. Long-term stimulation 
of the heart with radio-frequency transmission. 

Am J Obstet Gynec 87:731, 63. Further obser- 
vations on the syndrome, "testicular feminiza- 
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" AnrTlntern Med 60, (No 2) :266", Feb" 64. I he 
association of nocardiosis and pulmonary alveo^ 
lar proteinosis. 

Ann NY Acad Sci 111:815, 64. The pacemaker 
team. 

Ann NY Acad Sci 111:992, 64. Radio-frequency 
cardiac pacemaker. 

Ann NY Acad Sci 118:103, 64. A review of 
techniques for stimulation of excitable tissue 
within the body of electro-magnetic induction. 

Ann Surg 160:338, 64. Electrical stimulation 
of excitable tissue bv radiofrequency trans- 
mission. 

Canad Med Assn J 90:277, 64! The role of the 
renin-angiotension system in the hypertension 
associated with renal vascular disease. 

Cancer Res 24:105, 64. Determinations of the 
levels of serum folate in patients with car- 
cinoma of the head and neck. 

J Clin Invest 43:621, 64. Methotrexate displace- 
ment in man. 

Nature 204:1165, 64. Methylhistamine and hist- 
amine in urine of women during elaboration of 
estrogen. 

New Eng J Med 270:539, 64. Melanocyte- 
stimulating hormone and adrenocorticotrophic 
hormone — Their relation to pigmentation. 

Radiology 81:1018, 63. Radiation and 5-fluoro- 
uracil: A controlled study in metastatic neo- 
plastic disease. 
" Surg GynecTJbstet 118:596, Mar 64; External 
carotid and internal iliac artery catheterization 
in cancer chemotherapy infusion. 

Trans Assn Am Physicians 76:63, 63. Granulo- 
cyte kinetics in rheumatoid effusions studied 
by a biochemical label. 

Aldosterone, Blackwell Sci Pub, Oxford, p. 265, 
64. The role of the renin-angiotension system 
in the regulation of aldosterone secretion in the 
doo and man. 
FR-00039 CLR RICHARDSON, ARTHUR P., Sch. Med., Emory 

Univ., Atlanta, Ga. General Clinical 
Research Center 

Acta Neurol 1:463, 62. Effects of denervation 
and treatment with nucleotides on phosphatase 
reactions in muscles of rats. 

Am J Dig Dis 7:988, 62. Toxicity and anti 
tumor effect of divided doses of methotraxate. 

Bull Emory Univ Clin 1, (No 4), Apr 62. Place 
of adrenal cortical hormones in the treatment of 
malignancy. 

Clin Chem . Jun 64. Urinarv calcium. 

Clin Res 12:59, 64. Mannitol infusion in pa- 
tients with ascites. 

Clin Res 12-70. 64. Snecific gravity. 

New Eng J Med 269:1060, 63. Sodium diure- 
sis produced by dopamine in patients with con- 
gestive heart failure. 

New Eng J Med 270:506, 64. Specific gravity,, 
fact or fancv? 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5, (No 1):66, Mar 
64. Treatment of acute leukemia in adults 
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Ann NY Acad Sci 123:333, 65. Cardiovascular 
toxicitv. 

Arch Intern Med 115:23, 65. Acute leukemia with" 
divided doses of metliotrexate. 

Arch Intern Med 115:235, 65. Toxicity and anti- 
tumor effect of divided doses of methotrexate. 

Circ Res 16:510, 65. Direct renal vasodilation 
produced by dopamine in the dog. 

Clin Res 12:35, 64. Treatment of acute leukemia 
in adults with divided doses of methotrexate. 

Clin Res 13:34, 65. Desferrioxamine-B in the 
treatment of hemochromatosis secondary to 
pyridoxine-responsive anemia. 

Fed Froc 23:328, 64. Increased sodium excretion 
produced by unilateral infusions of dopamine in 
the dog. 

Fed Proc 24:718, 65. Natruretic effect of 
papaverine. 

J Clin Invest -13:1116, 64. Effects of dopamine 
in man, augmentation of sodium excretion, 
glomerular filtration rate in renal plasma flow._ 

JAMA 190-456. 65. Monomine oxydase inhibitors. 

Postgrad Med 37:52, 65. Treatment of shock 
followinq myocardial infarction. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5:66, 64. Treatment 
of acute leukemia in adults with repeated five- 
day courses of methotrexate in multiple, small 
rva! doses. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:67, 65. The in vivo 
effect of hydroxyurea on orotic acid synthesis. 
FR-00040 CLR WOOD, FRANCIS C., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
General clinical research center 
FR-00041 CLR JEGHERS, HAROLD, Col. Med., Seton Hall Col., 

Jersey City, N.J. General Clinical 
Research Center 

J Clin Invest 41:1354, 62. Urinary hydroxypro- 
line as an index of collagen turnover in bone. 

Ann Intern Med 58, (No 1), Jan 63. An alkali 
resistant thermostable hemoporetic factor in 
liver. 

Ann Surg 158, (No 1), Jul 63. Observations 
on intraheptic vascular pressure regulation in 
portal hypertension. 

Arch Intern Med 112:702, Nov 63. Manage- 
ment of ascites. 

J Lab Clin Med 61:761, May 63. In vitro 
studies of hepatic DNA synthesis in percutane- 
ous liver biopsy specimens. 

JAMA 185:640, 63. Therapeutic efficacy of 
diuretics with different durations of action. 

Am J Clin Nutr 16:339, 65. B-complex vitamins 
in liver disease of the alcoholic. 

Arch Intern Med 115:542, 65. Diuretic action 
of furosemide. 

J Clin invest 44:128, 65. A new oral isotopic 
test of calcium absorption. 

J Med Soc New Jersey 61:172, 65. The anti- 
hypertensive action of chlorthalidone. 

J New Drugs 5-13, 65. Problems in the human 
pharmacology of diuretic drugs. 

Proc 3rd Europ Sympos Calcified Tissues, Davos, 
Switzerland, Ap: 65. Urinary pyrophosphate in 
disorders of bone metabolism. 
FR-00042 CLR HUEBARD, WILLIAM N., jr., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Genpral 
clir.i.-al research center 

Am J Dig Dis 7:773, 62. A simplified multiple 
retrieving small bowel bioosv tube. 

J Invest Derm 38:183, 62. Amino acid content] 
of blood and urine in Dsoriasis. 

J Lab Clin Med 60:1025, Dec 62. Studies on 
thiazide alkalosis. 

J Mich Med Soc 61:1361, 62. Renal vascular 
disease as a cause of hypertension. 

Clin Res 11:240, Apr 63. Effect of thiazides 
on acid-base balance. 

Clin Res 11:297, 63. Photoscanning the hyper- 
functioning: oarathvroid aland. 

Fed Proc 22:226, 63. A perfusion technique 
for studvina intestinal absorption in man. 

Fed Proc 22:320, 63. Urinary excretion of 1 
methylhistidine and histidine in human subjects 
on low and high protein intake. 

J Lab Clin Med 62:449, 63. Physiologic re- 
sponses associated with steroid-induced diure- 
sis in the nephrotic syndrome. 

Metabolism 12:484, 63. A comparison of the 
characteristics of increased adrenocortical 
function in obesity and in Cushing's syndrome. 

Proc Am Gastroent Assn, May 63. A perfusion 
technique for studying intestinal absorption in 
man. 
FR-00043 CLR EGEBERG, ROGER 0., Sch Med., Univ. So. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. General 
clinical research center 

J Clin Endocr 23:261, 63. Potentiation of the 
biological effect of administered cortisoi by 
estrogen treatment. 

J Clin Endocr 23:533, 63. Determination of 
urinary 17-ketogenic steroids using sodium 
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Calif Med 99:178, 63. Treatment of hyperten- 
sion. The snecial nlace of aloha-methvi doqa. 
Clin Res, Jan 63. Unusual malabsorption syn- 
drome (intestinal degration of pancreatic pro- 
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Clin Res, Jan 63. Correlation of stool proteoly- 
tic enzymes and sweat chlorides in cystic fi- 
brosis. 
Clin Res 11:85, 63. Evaluation of phosphate 
excretion tests in hyperparathyroidism with con- 
trolled phosphate diet. 
Clin Res 11:224, 63. Estrogen inhibition of 

resoonse to methonvraoone. 
Clin Res 12:91, 64. Factors affecting the 

Ellsworth-Howard test. 
Diabetes, May-Jun64. A possible explanation 
for falsely positive hydrocortisone glucose 
tolerance tests during pregnancy. 
Gastroenterology 44:588, 63. Measurement of 
trypsin and chymotrypsin in stool. A diagnostic 
test for pancreatic exocrine insufficiency. 
Gen Prsct 29:135, 64. Management of hyper- 
cholesterolemia. 
J Chromatogr 12:268, 63. Gas chromatography 

of diaitoxiaenin and Hicoxioenin. 
J Clin Endocr 23:261, 63. Potentiation of the 
biological effect of administered Cortisol by 
estroaen treatment. 
J Clin Invest 42:1529, 63. Inhibition by es- 
trogen administration of adrenal-pituitary re- 
sponse to metnooyrapone. 
J Jap Derm Assn 1, (No 3), 63. Corticosteroids 

in dermatology. 
Metabolism 13:312, 64. Insulinoma and multi- 

nle neurofibromatosis: Report of a case. 
Proc 4th Mtg Los Angeles Chap, Am Fed Clin 
Res, 63. Gas chromatography of digitoxin, 
digoxin. and their aglycones. 
S Afr J Lab Clin Med 9:235, 63. Erythropoie- 
tic protoporphyria. 
Anesthesiology 24:457, 63. Present status of 
the problem of iatrogenic adrenal cortical in- 
sufficiency. 
Circulation 31:523, 65. Cardiac output and 
related hemodynamic changes in normal sub- 
jects and patients in shock. 
Clin Res 12:97, 64. The renal conservation of 

potassium in renal tubular acidosis. 
Clin Res 12:247, 64, On the mechanism of tu- 
buiar reabsorption of phosphorus in vitamin D 
resistant rickets. 
Diabetes 13:383, 64. A possible explanation 
for falsely positive hydrocortisone glucose 
tolerance tests during pregnancy. 
Gen Pract 29:135, 64. Treatment of adrenal 

insufficiency. 
New Eng J Med 271:1399, 64. Leukemia and" 

hypercalcemia. 
New Eng J Med 272:771, 65. Hyponatremia in 

hvoooituitarism. 
Proc Am Coll Cardiol, 64. Chemical determina- 
tion of urinary digoxin and digitoxin. 
Proc Endocr Soc Ann Mtg, Jun 64. Factors in- 
fluencing human angiotensin levels. 
Proc Endocr Soc Ann Mtg, Jun 64. Mechanism 
of the inhibitory effect of ethinyl estradiol on 
adrenal cortical response to methopyrapone. 
Proc Endocr Soc Ann Mtg, Jun 64. Parathyroid 

hormone and vitamin D in renal osteodystrophy. 
Proc Pacific Derm Assn, Apr 64. Management 
of atopic dermatitis. 
Am J Cardiol 15:133, 65. A practical colorimetric determination 

of urinarv digitcxin and diaoxin. 
Ann Intern Med 61:650. 64. Luooind hepatitis. 
Arch Intern Med 117:192. 66. Lactic acidosis. 
Circulation (Suppl 2), Vol 31 & 32, 11-45, 65. Effects of 

pthacrvnic acid in the kidnev. 
Circulation 31:11, 65. Effects of isoproterenol, ephedrine, 

and potassium on artificial pacemaker failure. 
Circulation 31:119, 65. Chemical determination of urinary 

diaitoxin and diaoxin excretion and metabolism. 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 6:498, 65. Some quantitative factors in 

topical corticosteroid therapy. 
Clin Res 13:92, 65. Chemical determination of urinary digoxin 

and digitoxin. 
Clin Res 13:113, 65. Effect of parathyroid hormone on the 

renal excretion of calcium and magnesium in man. 
Clin Res 13:134, 65. Hyponatremia in hvoooituitarism. 
Clin Res 13:201, 65. On the role of angiotensin blood con- 
centration in essential hvoertension. 
Clin Res 13:246, 65. Suppression of ACTH release following 

discontinuance of corticosteroid theraov in rats. 
Clin Res, Jan 66. Hypokalemic alkalosis with hyperplasia 

of the Juxtaglomerular apparatus but no hypertension. 
Clin Res 14:146, 66. Comparison of the therapeutic effects"of 

sodium and sodium chloride infusions in hvoercalcemic patients. 
Clin Res 14:174, 66. A simplified concentration procedure for" 
the assay of urinary parathyroid hormone-like material 
(PTH) in man. 
Clin Res 14:278, 66. Partial characterization of parathyroid 

hormone-like (PTH) activity in human unne. 
J Clin Endocr 24:1103, 64. Rena! phosphaturic response to 
parathyroid hormone administration and dietary intake of 
phosphorus in man. 



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J Clin Endocr 25:859, 65. Phosphorus excretion tests in 

hvoerDarathvroidism with controlled phosphorus intake. _ 
J Lipid Res 6:193, 65. Serum lipids and serum uric acid in 

human twins. 
JAMA 193:279. 65. Exocrine function of the nancreas. _ FR-00048 

Npw Eno .1 Med 272'771. 65. Hvnonatremia in hvnonituitarism^ 
Proc Am Coll Physicians Mtg, 66. The natural couse of 

Dlasma ACTH levels in Cushina's svndrome. 
Proc Am Med Assn Mtg, Derm Sect, Jun 64. Some quanti- 
tative factors in corticosteroid tooical theraov. 
Proc Endocr Sec Ann Mtg, Jun 65. Measurement of para- 
thyroid hormone-like activity by a new concentration and 
assav orocedure. 
Proc Endocr Soc Ann Mtg, Jun 65. Effect of estradiol on 

adrenal 113-hvdroxvlase activitv in the male rat. _ 

Proc Pacific Slope Biochem Conf, 65. Chemical determinations 

of diaitoxin and diaoxin metabolism in man. 
Current Therapy , W B Saunders Co, Philadelphia, p. 335," 657 
Cushina's svndrome . 
FR-00044-5 CLR FENNINGER, LEONARD D., Sch. Med., Dent., 

Univ. Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. 
General clinical research center 
Am Fed Clin Res 12:276, 64. The effects of 
ethanol on lipid metabolism in alcoholic sub- 
jects. 
J Lab Clin Med 63:605, 64. Alterations in 
triglyceride metabolism as produced by dietary 
chanae. 
Proc 65th Ann Mtg Am Gastroent Assn p. 95, 
64. Rapid changes of the jejunal mucosa in 
adult celiac disease after gluten withdrawal: 
Serial histological, histochemical and bio- 
chemical observations. 
Proc 56th Ann Mtg Am Soc Clin Invest p. 7i, 
64. Alterations in Cortisol kinetics by estro- 
gens. ACTH and obesity. 
Proc 46th Mtg Endocr Soc p. 33, 64. Skeletal 

retention of uranium in man. 
Trans Assn Am Physicians 76:222, 63. Serum 
and urinary gamma globulins in rheumatoid 
arthritis. 
Am J Med 37:495, 64. Newer approaches to the 

studv of obesitv. 
Ann Intern Med 62:313, 65. A family study of FR-00049 

ohoschorvlase deficiency in muscle. 
Arch Intern Med 115:167, 65. The use of fluori- 
dated water in long term hemodialysis. 
Gastroenterology 48:155, 65. A clinical and 
histochemical study of celiac disease before 
and during a gluten-free diet. 
J Clin Invest 43:2266, 64. Observations on the 
nature of the underlying disorder and the occur- 
rence of associated plasma transport abnormal- 
ities in a patient with an idiopathic increase 
in the plasma thyroxine-binding globulin. 
J Clin Invest 44:746, 65. Studies of the effects 
of administration of ACTH and adrenal cortico- 
steroids on erythropagocytosis. 
J Pediat 66:275, 65. Trypsinogen deficiency 

disease. 
New Eng J Med 272:825, 65. Gluten sensitive 
enteropathy with osteomalacia but without 
steatorrhea . 
FR-00045 CLR DOWLING, HARRY F., Sch. Med., Univ. Illinois, 

Chicago, III. General Clinical Research 
Center 
red Proc 23:512, 64. Estimation of rates of 
fecal excretion and of clearance of plasma 
albumin bv the gut. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 114:90, 63. Associa- 
tion between Ihe erythrocyte hemagglutination 
inhibitor and the M-N blood groUD substances^ 
Clin Res 13:255, 65. Quantitative determination 
of lactose in piasma following its oral admin- 
istration. 
Clin Res 13:262, Apr 65. Some functions of 
intestine in fasting subjects. Method of study; 
fecal calcium, nitrogen excretion in obesity. 
Proc Soc Pedia' Res 35th Ann Mtg, p. Ill, 65. 
Concentration and turnover of norepinephrine 

in neuroblastoma. FR-00050 

FR-00046 CLR BERRYHILL, W.R Sch. Med., Univ. North 

Carolina, Chapel Hill, NX. General 
clinical research center 
FR-00047 CLR DttTRICK, JOHN E., Sch. Med., Cornell Univ., 

New York, N.Y. General clinical research 
center 
Am J Trop Med 13:425, 64. Quantitative bacte- 
riology of the typhoid carrier state. 
Circulation 31:219, 65. Catecholamine depletion 
in thyrotoxicosis. (Effect of guanethidine on 
cardiovascular dynamics). 
E Afr Med J 41:219, 64. The typhoid carrier" 

state . 
Gastroenterology 48:371, 65. Recovery of gas- 
tric mucosal structure and function in pernicious 
anemia during predisolone therapy. 
Gastroenterology 48:571, 65. Lactosuria and" 
lactase deficiency in adult celiac disease. 
J Pediat 66:637, 65. Bivalent cations in homo- 
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Proc Nat Kidney Frin 15th Ann Conf Kidney, 64. 
Saliva proteins in adults with the nephrotic 
syndrome in renal metabolism ind epidemiology 
of some renal diseases. 
CLR YOUNG, RICHARD H., passavant Memorial Hosp., 
Chicago, III. General clinical research 
r.pntpr 

Am J Med Soc 245:413, 63. Observations on 
the effect of spironolactone in edema associated 
with renal disease. 

Am J Med Soc 245:421, 63. Comparison of 
simultaneous versus individual hemodialysis 
bv the twin coil artificial kidney. 

Diabetes 11:50, 62. Metabolic balance studies 
of oral compounds in severe diabetes. 

Quart Bull Northwest Univ Med Sch 36:306, 
62. Acute barbiturate and giutethimide 
intoxication. 

Trans Am Soc Artif Intern Organ 9:57, 63. 
Azotemic anemia and the effect of hemo- 
dialysis. 

Arch Intern Med 114:610, 64. Experience witli 
intermittent dialysis in chronic uremia. 

Circulation 30 (Supol 3):160, 64. Differential 
renal function studies during mannitol diuresis 
in hypertension. 

Clin Res 13:301, 65. Demonstration of a defect 
in the renal tubular reabsorption of calcium in 
salt losing nephritis. 

JAMA 192:417, 65. Ureteral vascular rejection 
in human renal transplants. _ 

Lancet 1:1017, 65. Simultaneous split-coil 
hemodialysis. Letter to the editor. 

Proc Int Conf Choriocarcinoma, Manila, Jan 65. 
Early development of choriocarcinoma. 

Proc 8th Nat Congr Dis Chest, Mexico City, Oct 
64. Cardiac output studies before and after 
cardiac surgery. 

Proceedings Working Conference Chronic Dialysis, 
Univ Washington Press, p. Vb, 14V, 65. Con-~ 
servative or predialysis management of chronic 
uremia. Interrelationships between chronic 
dialvsis and transplantation. 
GM EBERT, RICHARD V., Univ. Arkansas Med. Cr., 

Little Rock, Ark. General Clinical 
Research Center 

Arch Intern Med 113:331, 64. Aldosterone 
and the edema of congestive heart failure. 

J Clin Invest 43:444, 64. Creatine metabolism 
in muscle wasting diseases. 

Radiology 82:308, 64. Roentgenographic eval- 
uation of the lung with iorloovracet. 

Am J Med 37:536, Cct 64. Studies with tritiated" 
digoxin in renal failure. 

Biochem Clin (No 4):9, 64. The elastic perform- 
ance of the lunqs in health and disease. 

CtftTEndocr 24, (No IDTtMS, Nov 6S. Com- 
parison of thyroidal iodide accumulation and 
thyroxine secretion in euthyroid subjects. 

Clin Res 12:336, Oct 64. hitra-cardiac needle 
bioosv of the ventricular septum. 

Clin Res 12:460, Dec 64. Aldosterone metabolism 
in anephric human subjects. 

Clin Res 13:37, Jan 65. Serial erythropoietin 
studies in patients undergoing renal homotrans- 
olantation. 

Clin Res 13:77, Jan 65. Kanamycin administra- 
tion in patients with impaired renal function. 

Clin Res 13:78, Jan 65. Digoxin turnover in 
aneohric human subiects. 

J Arkansas Med Soc 61: 147, Oct 64. peritoneal 
dialysis. 

J Arkansas Med Soc, Dec 64. Sputum analysis: 
A guide to therapy in chronic bronchitis. 

J Clin Endocr 24:1143, 64. Comparison of thy- 
roidal iodide accumulation and thyroxine secre- 
tion in euthyroid subjects. 

Pediatrics 35:413, Mar 65. Idiopathic edema 
and hyperaldosteronuria: Postural venous 
plasma pooling. 
CLR KOGEL, MARCUS D., Albert Einstein Col. 
Med., Yeshiva Univ., Bronx, N.Y. 
General Clinical Research Center 

Acta Endocr 45, (No 1):13, 64. Effect of 17 
a-ethyl-19-nortestosterone and 17 a-ethyl- 
19-nortestoslerone 3-enol-pronionate on 
growth and endocrine function in normal young 
males of short stature. 

Proc Fed Mtg, Apr 64. Electron microscopic 
studv of orostatic resoonse to deialutin. 

J Clin Endocr 111:1107, Nov 63. Identifica- 
tion and measurement of growth hormone in ex- 
tracts of human urine. 

J Clin Invest 42:969, 63. The effect of ameli- 
oration of anemia on the proportion of fetal 
hemoglobin in the erythrocytes of patients with 
sickle cell anemia. 

Blood 25, (No 1):37, 65. The effect of ameliora- 
tion of anemia on the synthesis of fetai hemo- 
globin in sickle cell anemia. 

Clin Res 13:268, 65. Hemoglobin C-Georgetown- 
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Gastroenterology 48:642, 65. Hypoproteinemia, 
chylous ascites, steatorrhea and protein-losing 
enteropathy due to chronic inflammatory ob- FR-00055 

struction of maior intestinal Ivmoh vessels. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 118:790, Nov 65. Hyper- 
uricemia in starvation. 
FR-00051 CLR JENKINS, DAL TON, Sch. Med., Univ. Colorado, 
Denver, Colo. General clinical research 
r.pnipr . 

Ann Intern Med 61:470, 64. Renai homotrans- 
olantation: Late function and complications. 

Ann NY Acad Sci 120:626, 64. Splenic homo- 
transolantation. 

Ann NY Acad Sci 120:739, 64. Experimental and 
clinical homotransolantation of the liver. _ 

Ann Surg 160:411, 64. Immunosuppression after 
experimental and clinical homotransolantation 
of the liver. 

Arch Surg 88:711, 64. Use of living donors for 
renal homotransolantation .__ 

Arch Surg 89:87, 64. Technique of renal homo- 
transolantation. _ 

Arthritis Rheum 7:687, 64. Catechol amine ex- 
cretion in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. 

Gastroenterology 47:388, 64. The effect of 
gastric intubation on esophageal pH. 

J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiat 28:104, 65. Serum 
enzyme variations and histological abnormal- 
ities in the carrier state in duchenne dystrophy. 

JAMA 189:802. 64. Transplantation oneumonj_a. 

Lancet, p. Ill, Jan 64. Male pseudohermaph- 
rodite with XY/XO mosaicism and bilateral 
gonadoblastoma. Letter to the editor. 

Surg Gynec Obstet 118:819, 64. The incidence," 
cause and significance of immediate and delayed 
oliguria or anuria after human renal transplanta- 
tion. 

Surg Gynec Obstet 119:106, 64. A technique 
for use of adult renal homografts in children. 

Surgery 55:412, 64. The roie of adrenocortical 
steroids in reversing established homograft 
rejection. 

Surgery 55:505, 64. Pulmonary embolectomy in FR-00056 

a patient with recent renal transplantation. 

Surgery 56:296, 64. Factors in successful renal 
transplantation. 

Transplantation 2:752, 64. Renal heterotrans- 
plantation from baboon to man: Experience 
with 6 cases. 
FR-00052 CLR TURNER, THOMAS B., Sch. Med., Johns 

Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 
General Clinical Research Center for 
Children 

Am J Med 36:561, 64. A familial disorder of 
uric acid metabolism and central nervous sys- 
tem function. 

Pediatrics 33:3, Mar 64. Further observations 
of a oatient with hvDeralvcinemia. 

J Clin Invest 43:2404, 64. Hyperglycinemia. 
V. The miscible pool and turnover rate of gly- 
cine and the formation of serine. 

J Pediat 65:71, 64. Phenylketonuria occurring 
in an American Negro. 

Metabolism 8:487, 64. Drug therapy in leucine- 
sensitive hypoglycemia. 

Pediatrics 33:403, 64. Further observations 
of a patient with hyperglycinemia. FR-00057 

Proc Am Acad Pediat, Oct 64. Asymmetric 
hvoertroohv of the heart in children. 

Proc Am Coll Cardiol, 64. Prolapsed mitral 
valve: Clinical and hyperdynamic observations^ 

Proc Am Diabetes Assn Ann Mtg, Jul 64. The 
effects of diazoxide on insulin release and the 
utilization of this agent in hypoglycemic states. FR-00058 

Proc Am Fed Clin Res, May 64. Etiological 
studies and novel application of diazoxide 
hypoglycemia. 
FR-000E3 CLR CHE*KASKY, MARTIN, Montefiore Hosp., 

New York, N.Y. General Clinical 
Research Center 
FR-00054 CLR ASTWOOD, EDWIN B., New England Center Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. General Clinical Research 
Center 

Am J Med 38:172, 65. The critical role of 
chloride in the correction of hypokalemia al- 
kalosis in man. 

Ann NY Acad Sci 119:548, Oct 64. Enzymatic 
defects of heme synthesis in thalassemia. 

Brit J Haemat 11, (No 1), Jan 65. Sideroblastic 
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Neurology 14:1020, Nov 64. The distribution of 
subdurally instilled labelled serum albumin in 
infants with chronic subdural effusions. 

New Eng J Med 272:6, 65. Carbon dioxide titra- 
tion curve of normal man. Effect of increasing 
degrees of acute hypercapnia on acid-base 
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Proc Am Acad Neurol Ann Mtg, Apr 65. Sub- 
dural collections of fluid in infants and chil- 
dren: A study of 62 patients. 

Proc 3rd Int Congr Chemother, p. 1579, 64. 
Chemotherapy of auto-immune hemolytic 
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Proc Am Acad Neurol, 65. Subdural collections of fluid in 

infants and children: A study of 62 patients. 
CLR BENNETT, H. STANLEY, Univ. Chicago, Chicago, 
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Am J Ophthal 54:191, 62. The use of 1-125 
labelled diiodoflour-escein in the detection of 
human intraocular neoplasms. 

JAMA 182:632, Nov 62. The effect of com- 
bined estradiol benzoate and progesterone in 
advanced human breast c ancer. 

Am J Med 35:804, Dec 63. Some effects of 
induction of urease immunity in patients with 
hepatic insufficiency. 

Am J Ophthal 57:34, Jan 64! Effects of pilo- 
carpine on ocu.ar tension dynamics. 

Arch Neurol 9:447, Nov 63. the effect of in- 
sulin and potassium in myasthenia aravis. 

Docum Ophthal (The Hague), 64. A technique 
for evaluating photopic and scotopic flicker 
function with one light intensity. 

Invest Ophthal 3:107, Feb 64. The red-light 
absolute threshold in heterozygote protan car- 
riers. 

Am Rev Resp Dis 90:1, 64. American emphy- 
sema and British bronchitis. 

Am Rev Resp Dis 90:14, 64. Clinical types of 
chronic obstructive lung disease in London and 
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Arch Opthal 72:315, 64. Effects of two mineraio- 
corticoids on ocular tension. 

Invest Opthal 3:445, 64. A hue discrimination 
defect in so-called normal carriers of color 
vision defects. 

JAMA 191:269, Jan 65. Cryptococcal hepatitis 
presenting as a surgical emergency. 

Metabolism 13:799, 64. The anabolic influence 
of aminoovrine. 

Trans Am Ophthal Soc 62:349, 64. Diurnal 
tonography in normal and glaucomatous eyes. 

Advances in the Treatment of Menstrual Dysfunc- 
tion, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia, Ha, p. 
60, 64. The metabolic effect s of progesterone. 
CLR MYERS, JACK D., Sch. Med., Univ! Pittsburgh, 
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J Clin Invest 42:1890, 63. Patterns of pres- 
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Metabolism 13:407, 64. Factors concerned 
with insulin svnthesis andjelease. 

Ann Intern Med 61:1128, 64. Intermittent supra- 
optic-hypophyseal diabetes insipidus with ac- 
quired pitressin resistance. 

Ann Intern Med 62:425, 65. Chronic active 
(lupoid) hepatitis. A clinical, serological 
and pathological study of 20 patients. 

Circulation 30:671, 64. Pressor responses to 
noxious stimuli in hypertensive patients. 

New Eng J Med 271:708, 64. Hypoparathyroid- 
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New Eng J Med 271:785, 64. Hypothermia: A 
clue to hypoglycemia. 

Psychosom Med 26:274, 64. A study of condition- 
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CLR DEISS, WILLIAM P., Jr., Indiana Univ. 
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JAMA 191:711, 65. Ultrasound diagnosis of 
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Metabolism 14, (No 4), Apr 65. Parathyroid 
hormone and urinary hydroxyproline. 
CLR ENGSTROM, WILLIAM W., Milwaukee County 
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Ann Intern Med 60:665, 64. Transient selec- 
tive vitamin Bl P malabsorption in an adult. 

Clin Res 11:303, 63. Percutaneous transrenal 
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Clin Res 12:248, 64. The influence of ADH 
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Proc Ann Mtg Assn Am Physicians, Atlantic 
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Proc Ann Mtg Cent Soc Clin Res, Chicago, III, 
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Circulation 30:111, Oct 64. The effect of renal 
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J Clin Invest 44:495, 65. Production, excretion 
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J Clin Invest 44:507, 65. The net balance of 
acid in subjects given large loads of acid or 
alkali. 

Radiology 83:587, Oct 64. Percutaneous trans- 
renal venography in experimental renal vein 
obstruction and human renal vein thrombosis. 



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Trans Assn Am Physicians 77:188, 64. The FR-00063 CLR 

role of fixed tissue buffers in acid-base regu- 
lation. 
KREHL, WILLARD A., Col. Med., State Univ. 
Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa General Clinical 
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Diabetes 12:127, 63. The prolonged effects of 
a low cholesterol high carbohydrate diet upon 
the serum lipids in diabetic Datients. 

JAMA 183:30, Jan 63. Cancer and thyroid' FR-00064 CRC 

function. 

J Clin Invest 42:989, 63. Studies on the fate 

of tritiated busulfan in man. FR-00065 CLR 

J Iowa Med Soc 52:784, Dec 62. Continuous 
intra-arterial infusion of antimetabolites in 
head and neck cancer. FR-00066 CLR 

Clinical Nutrition , Hoeber Pub Co, New York, 
o. 565. 62. Vitamin K malnutrition. 

Am J Obstet Gynec 89:8396, May 64. Pre- 
mature ovarian failure. Permanent and temoorarv. 

Am J Roentgen 89:71, Jan 63. Ultrasound 
irradiation of the hypophysis in disseminated 
breast cancer. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 31:49, Sep 63. Oxylone 
as a palliative agent in advanced mammary can- 
cer. 

Clin Res 11:290, 63. Salivary electrolytes in 
normal subjects and in patients with arterial 
hvoertension (HT). 

Clin Res 11:291, 63. The duodenal electrical 
activity in normal subjects and in patients with 
thvroid disease. 

Dis Chest 45:337, 64. Hypokalemia and the 
diaanosis of hvoertension. 

Gastroenterology (No 3907), Feb 63. Cortisol 
absorotion in man. 

J Clin Endocr 23:224, Feb 64. Relations of 
rate of absorption and plasma cortisonl concen- 
tration. 

J Iowa Med Soc 53:585, Sep 63. Medical ap- 
proaches to the control and prevention of athero- 
sclerosis. 

J Iowa Med Soc 54:169, Apr 64. Where are 
we in cancer chemotheraov todav? FR-00067 CLR 

J Iowa Med Soc 54:188, Apr 64. The clinical 
sionificance of weiaht chanae. 

J Lab Clin Med 62:1011, 63. Kinetics of 
L-methionine absorption from the human small 
intestine. 

J Lab Clin Med 62:1019, Dec 63. Cytolytic 
effect of busulfan on circulatjno leukocytes. 

J Lab Clin Med 63:791, May 64. Fatty-acid 
induced thrombosis and death: Mechanism and 
prevention. 

JAMA 186:1057, Dec 63. Combined radiation 
and chemnthpraov. 

Metabolism 12:625, Jul 63. the acute hemo- 
dynamic effects of alpha-methyldopa in thyro- 
toxic oatients and normotensive subjects. 

Nature 199:1264, 63. Solute and water ab- 
sorotion bv the human smaH intestine. 

Proc 65th Ann Mtg Am Gastroent Assn, Dallas, 
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Proc 56th Ann Mtg Am Soc Clin Invest, Atlantic 
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trolyte absorption in the normal human small 
intestine- Inhibition hv vvlnse. 

J Clin Invest 43:1697, 64. Pharmacodynamic 
effects of beta adrenergic receptor blockade in 
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ROSE, JOHN C.j Sch. Med., Georgetown 
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Trans Am Soc Artif Intern Organs 9:11, 63. Fur- 
ther experience with use of routine intermittent 
hemodialysis in rhrnnir renal failure. 
Ann Intern Med 62:15, 65. Studies on ethacry- 

nic acid in patients with refractory edema. 
Ann Intern Med 62:519, 65. Hemodialysis for FR-00069 CLR 

chronic renal failure. I. Technical considera- 
tions. 
Ann Intern Med 62:535, 65. Hemodialysis for 
chronic renal fialure. II. Biochemical and 
clinical aspects. 
Ann Intern Med 62:551, 65. Hemodialysis for 
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ethical and socio-economic problems. 
Ann Intern Med 62:558, 65. Hemodialysis for 
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Clin Res 13, (No 15:79, Jan 65. Variations in 
dietary protein and sodium aid the solute com- 
position of urine in man. 
Gastroenterology 47:517, 64. "Metabolism of 
tritiated digoxin in cirrhotic patients. 
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Bol Asoc Med P Rico 57:8. 65. 
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lactic dehydrogenase isoenzyme pattern in 
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Clinical Nursing: A Helping Art . Springer Pub 
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CASTLETON, KENNETH B., Col. Med., 
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research center 
KOGEL, MARCUS, A. Einstein Sch. Med., 
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Anesthesiology 25, 64. Hemodynamics during 

neuroleptanalgesia. 
Circulation 30, (Suppl 3):68, 64. Comparison 
of blood flow during external and internal car- 
diac massage in man. 
Circulation 31, (Suppl 1):171, 65. A comparison 
of blood flow during external and internal car- 
diac massage in man. 
Conn Med 29, (No 25:116, Feb 65. A new oper- 
ating technique to help prevent wound infection. 
Proc New York Surg Soc, Dec 64. Cardio- 
respiratory variables during external and in- 
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Proc New York Surg Soc, Mar 65. The clinical 
value of combined splenoportography and trans- 
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Proc Soc Univ Surg Residents, Philadelphia, 
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Surg Forum 15:116, 64. The hemodynamic ef- 
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Surg Forum 15:192, 64. The bedside hemodyn- 
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Am J Dig Dis, May 64. A physiologic interpre- 
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New Eng J Med 270:767, 64. Disappearance 
of insulin |131 f rom plasma as a guide to 
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Am J Med Sci 248, (No 45:87/64. Changes in 
blood carbon dioxide tension with inhalation of 
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Ann Intern Med 61, (No 45:645764. Gastric 
"freezing" in peptic ulcer; an evaluation of 
100 cases. 
Clin Res 13, (No 25:326, 65. The biologic 
activity of insulin A and B chains as determined 
in the rat diaphraqm and epididvmal fat pad. 
Clin Res 13, (No 2):328, 65. The positive 
effect of fluoride and methenolone enanthate 
on nitroqen and clacium balance in osteoporosis. 
Diabetes 13, (No 6):600, 64. Galvanic skin 
reflex and plasma free fatty acids during insu- 
lin reactions. 
Metabolism 14, (No 5):568, 65. Insulin-like 

activity in urine of normal and obese subiects. 
Surg Forum 15:81, 64. Measurement of intra- 
cellular hvdroaen ion conc entr ation in oatients. 
KNOWLES, HARVEY C, Jr., Cincinnati Gen. 
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J Clin Endocr 24, (No 15:75, Jan 64. Preg- 

nancv in Cushinqs' syndrome. 
J Clin Endocr 25, (No 55:577, "May 65. Serum 
calcium homeostasis following thyroid surgery 
as measured bv ethylenediamine tetra-acetate 
infusion. 
KEMPE, C. HENRY, Med. Cr., Univ. Colorado, 
Denver, Colo. General clinical research 
center for children 
Pediatrics 31:861, May 63. The urinary excre- 
tion of 3-methoxy-4-hydroxymandelic acid 
(VMA) in newborn infants with the respiratory 
distress svndrome. 
Arch Dis Child 38:2U0, 63. The effect of 
maternal toxaemia and diabetes on transpla- 
cental gradients of free amino acids. 
Arch Dis Child 38:437, 63. Further studies on 
renal tubular conservation of free amino acids 
in earlv infancy. 
Lancet p. 137, Jan 64. Plasma-insulin levels 
in the newborn infants of normal and diabetic 
mothers. 
Pediatrics 32:228, 63. Intestinal lactase 
deficiency in a patient with cystic fibrosis: 
Rennrt nf a case with enzyme jssav. 
Am J Dis Child 107:605, (A. Fadio carbon 

estimates of intestinal absorption. 
Circulation 29:63, 64. ClinicaTand physiological 
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Neurology 15:101, 65. Pyridoxine and infantile 

myoclonic seizures. 
Surgery 54:678, 63. Distal esophageal perfora- 
tion: Complication of staged repair of esoph- 
ageal atresia. 
FR-00070 CLR RAFFEL, SIDNEY, Sch. Med., Stanford Univ., 

Palo Alto, Cai . General clinical 
research center 
FR-00071 CLR STEINBERG, MARTIN R., Mount Sinai 

Hosp., N.Y.C. General clinical 
research center 
Am J Clin Nutr 16:389, 65. Iron metabolism: 
Studies with desferoxamine. 
FR-"0072 CLR SODEMAN, WII.LIA A., Jefferson Med. Col. 

Hosp., Philadelphia, Pa. General 
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Am J Med Sci 249, (No 5):537, May 65. Iron 
absorption in hvpoferremia. 
FR-0C073 CUR BLOCKER, TRUMAN G., Jr., Sch. Med., 

Univ. Texas, Galveston, Tex. General 
Clinical Research Center 
Ciin Res 12:72, 64. The mechanism of anemia 

in acute renal failure. 
Proc 21st Ann Mtg Midwest Sect Am Fed Clin 
Res, Chicago, III, Oct 63. Gamma-type mye- 
loma and xanthomatosis. 
Texas J Med, Jan 64. The pathogenesis of 

acute proliferative olomeruloneehritis. 
Ann Intern Med 61:696, Oct 64. Chronic myelo- 
cytic leukemia, '-^-paraproteinemia and unusual 
chromosomal pattern. 
Ann Rev Med 16:187, 64. Relation of abnormal 
proteins to formed elements ot blood: Cellular 
sources. 
Arch Intern Med 114, Nov 64. Gamma-type I 

mveioma and xanthomatosis. 
Clin Res 13:35, 65. Alpha thalassemia and 
hereditary persistence of fetal hemoglobin in 
a Negro family. 
Mod Hosp 104, (Mo 4), Apr 65. Observations 
concerning the use of lymph for extracorporeal 
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Proc Am Fed Clin Res, New Orleans, Jan 65. 
Chromosomal abnormalities associated with 
paraproteinemias. 
Proc Soc Pediat Res, Philadelphia, Pa, 65. 
Familial heterotopic calcification and hyperpbos- 
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Proc Soc Pediat Res, Philadelphia, Pa, May 65. 
Metaphyseal diastosis: Studies of phosphate 
homeostasis. 
Proc Soc Pediat Res, Philadelphia, Pa, May 65. 
Rickets of renal tubular acidosis: Studies of 
etiology and healing. 
Southern Med J 57:1474, 64. Healing of osteo- 
malacia in renal tubular acidosis in association 
with the administration of alkali alone. 
Southern Med J 57:1482, 64. The nephropathy 

of juvenile diabetes meliitus. 
Texas Rep Biol Med 22:661, 64. Acute glomeru- 
lonephritis: Review of recent advances. 
Texas Rep Biol Med 23:134, Spring 65. Sodium 
excretion in hypertensive pregnant patients — A 
preliminary report. 
FR-00074 CLR WHITTEN, CHARLES F., Children's Hosp. of 

Michigan, Detroit, Michigan General 
clinical research center for children 
Clin Chem 10:309, 64. Comparison of tech- 
nics for estimation of albumin by determination 
of it's dye bi.iding capacity and by paper elec- 
irnnhnresis. 
Am J Dis Child 109 325, 65. The DeLange 

syndrome. 
Clin Cherri 11:63, 65. An evaluation of technics 
for the separation and estimation of plasma 
fibrogen. 
Nature 205:281, 65. Chelation of ferrous sulphate 
solutions bv desferoxamine B. 
Harper Hosp Bull, Detroit, Michigan, Jul 66. Recovery of 
renal function after relief of obstruction in oediatic uroloov. 
FR-00075 CRC VAUGHAN, VICTOR C. II!, St. Christopher's 

Hosp. for Children, Philadelphia, Pa. 
A clinical research facility fnr children 
Lancet p. 79, Jan 64. Failure of carbonmonoxy 
sickle-cell haemoglobin to alter the sickle 
state. 
Circ Res 16:221, 65. Lipolytic activity of post- 

heparin plasma in hyperlipemia and hvnolioemia. 
J Pediat 66:1049, 65. A familial syndrome of 
facial and skeletal anomalies associated with 
genital abnormality in the male and normal 
genitals in the female. 
FR-00076 CLR FINLAND, MAXWELL, Thorndike Mem. Lab., 

Boston City Hosp., Boston, Mass. 
General clinical research center 
Am J Clin Nutr 14:238, 64. Mechanism of hema- 

tosuppresssion bv ethanol. 
Am J Clin Nutr 14:250, 64. The jejunal mucosa 
in patients with nutritional folate deficiency 
and megaloblastic anemia. 
Arch Intern Med 114:501, 64. Alcohol hypogly- 
cemia. III. Effects of ethanol on plasma glu- 
cose, ketones and free fatty acids in "iuvenile" 
diabetics: A model for "non-ketotic diabetic 
acidosis?" 



Arch Intern Med 114:637, Nov 64. Massive liver 
cell necrosis: A retrosoectic study. 

Clin Res 13:276, 65. Red cell "mosaicism" 
resulting from a compensatory mechanism in 
consenital methemoglobinemia. 

Clin Res 13:345, Apr 65. Observations on the 
hypodynamic circulatory state in patients with 
acute pneumonia. 

J Clin Endocr 24:1163, 64. The effects of sali- 
cylate and its non-calorigenic congeners on the 
thyroidal release of 1131 in patients with thyro- 
toxicosis. 

J Clin Invest 43:2048, 64. Suppression of hema- 
toooiesis bv ethanol. 

Medicine 43:679, 64. Notes on vitamin B12 
absorption: Autoimmunity and childhood per- 
nicious anemia; relation of intrinsic factor to 
blood oroun substance. 

New Eng J Med 271:866A, 64. Carbohydrate 
metabolism in pregnancy. The interrelationships 
among glucose, insulin and free fatty acids in 
late pregnancy and post partum. 

New E.ig J Med 271:975, 64. Hemodynamic 
effects of blood transfusion in chronic anemia. 

New Eng J Med 272:892, Apr 65. The jejunal 
mucosa in patients with nutritional folate de- 
ficiency and megaloblastic anemia. 

Proc lOih Congr Int Soc Haemat, Stockholm, 
p. N7, 64. Studies on the pathophysiology of 
thrombocytopenic disorders using external 
scintillation scannina. 

Proc Roy Sec Med 57:377, 64. Studies of folate 
deficiency in man. 
FR-00077 CLR YAFFE, SUMNER J... Univ. Buffalo, Buffalo, 

N.Y. General clinical research center 
fnr children 

J Clin Endocr 24:669, 64. An aldosterone bio- 
synthetic defect in salt-losing disorder. 

J Pediat 65:1036, 64. A defect of aldosterone 
biosynthesis in a salt-losina disorder. 

Proc Am Soc Clin Invest, May 64. An aldo- 
sterone biosynthetic defect in a salt-losing 
disorder of infancy. 
FR-00078 CLR GRAHAM, BRUCE D., Children's Hospital, 

Columbus, Ohio General clinical research 
r.pr*er for children 
FR-00079 CLR FORSHAM, PETER H., Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, San Francisco, Cal. General 
Clinical Research Center 

Diabetes 12:197, May-Jun 63. Excessive 
insulin response to glucose in obese subjects, 
as measured by immunochemical assay 

Metabolism 12:278, Apr 63. Reduction by 
phenformin of excessive insulin levels after 
glucose loadinq in obese and diabetic subjects. 

Proc 23rd Ann Mtg Am Diabetes Assn, Atlantic 
City, p. 15, Jun 63. Study of insulin 1-131 
bindinq by vetta-centrifuqation. 

Proc Soc Exp Bio! Med 109:451, 62. Insulin 
content of pancreas after sodium fluoracetate- 
induced hvperqlvcemia. 

Diabetes 14:27, Jan 65. Insulin 1-131 binding in 
serum from normal and diabetic subjects by ul- 
tracentrifuqation and qel filtration. 

J Clin Endocr 25:95, Jan 65. Determination of 
urinary testosterone by chromatography and 
colorimetrv: Findings in normal subiects and 
in patients with endocrine diseases. 

J Clin Invest 44, (No 6), Jun 65. Effects of 
serum calcium level and parathyroid extracts on 
phosphate and calcium excretion in hvpopara- 
thvroid patients. 

Lancet 1:286, Feb 65. Critical factors in exces- 
sive serum-insulin response to glucose: Obes- 
ity in maturity-onset diabetes and growth hor- 
mone in acromegaly. 

Lancet 1:290, Feb 65. Serum-insulin response 
to alucose in orediabetic subiects. 

Metabolism 13:942, Oct 64. The influence of 
plasma protein binding on the extra-adrenal 
metabolism of Cortisol in normal, hvperthvroid 
and hypothyroid subiects. 

Metabolism 14:471, Apr 65. Studies of carbo- 
hydrate metabolism in idiopathic hypertrigly- 
ceridemia. 

New Eng J Med 271:934, Oct 64. Bronchogenic 
carcinoma inappropriate antidiuresis: Measure- 
ment of antidiuretic activity in plasma and tumor. 
FR-00080 CLR BOND, DOUGLAS D., Univ. Hosp., Cleveland, 

nhin General Clinical Research Center 

Clin Res 10:354, 62. Correction of defect in 
free water excretion by postoperative patients 
bv ECF expansion alone. 

Clin Res 11:241, 63. Changes in proximal tubular 
reabsorption of sodium as a function of sodium 
infake in man. 

Clin Res 11:254, 63. On the mechanism by 
which acute ECF expansion promotes sodium 
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J Lab Clin Med 60:854, Nov 62. The effect of 
aldosterone antagonist-induced sodium 
deletion. 
Radiology 79:446, 62. Calcium 47 and 
strontium 85 tracer studies as a guide to 
isotoDe theraDv of bone metastases. 
FR-00081 CLR KRETCHMER, NORMAN, Stanford Univ., 

Stanford, Calif. General Clinical 
Research Center-Premature Infants 
FR-00082 CLR THOMAS, WILLIAM C, Sch. Med., Univ. 

Florida, Gainesville, Fla. Clinical 
Research Center 
Ann Intern Med 62, (No 2) :231 , 65. Influence of 
dietary sodium on renal function in patients with 
chronic renal disease. 
Circulation 31:132, 65. Cardiovascular mani- 
festations of the Hurler syndrome. 
Medical Aspects of Mental Retardation , CC 
Thomas, Springfield, III, Ch. 19, p. 628, 65. 
Hurler's syndrome. 
FR-00053 CLR REINHARDT, WILLIAM 0., Sch. ¥ed., Univ. 

California, San Francisco, Cal. 
Mu!:ii:ateaorical Clinical Research 

C.pntpr 

Am J Med 38:324, 65. Hypertension and hyper- 

aldosteronism of renal and adrenal origin. 
Calif Med 101:101, Sep 64. Aldosterone in 

clinical medicine. _ 

Clin Res 13:109, 65. Circadian rhythm in primary 

aldosteronism. 
Clin Res 13:135, 65. Influence of chronic hyper- 
volemia on aldosterone secretion. 
J Nucl Med 5:380, 64. Differential diagnosis of" 
the megaloblastic anemias using C-14 histidine, 
C-14 oroorionate. and C-1402 breath analyses. 
Proc Am Coll Physicians Ann Mtg, Oct 64. The 
recognition, confirmation and course of primary 
aldosteronism. 
Proc Endocr Soc 47th Ann Mtg, Jun 65. Stimula- 
tion and suppression of aldosterone producing 
tumors. 
FR-00084 CLR GAFFNEY, PAUL C, Children's Hosp., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. General clinical research 
center for children 
Lancet, May 64. Ataxia telangiectasia, a dys- 
gamma globulinemia with deficient YlA 
(B2A)-globulin. 
J Biol Chem 239:3192, 64. The isolation and 
and identification of galactitol from the urine of 
patients with galactosemia. 
J Biol Chem 240:1002, 65. The isolation and 
identification of galactitol from the brains of 
galactosemia patients. 
RICHMOND, JULIUS B., Upstate Med. Cr., 
State Univ. New York,, Syracuse, N.Y. 
General clinical research center 
WARD, ROBERT, Childrens Hosp., 
Los Angeles, Cal. General 
nlir.ir.sl research center for children 
TEREE, THOMAS M., Sch. Med., Univ. Hospitals, 
Cleveland, Ohio Clinical research center 
for children 
SCRIMSHAW, NEVIN S„ Massachusetts Inst. 
Tech.,. Cambridge, Mass. General 
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Clin Res 13:250, 65. The molecular structure of 
fatty acids and their intestinal absorption in 
man. 
Fed Proc 24:172, 65. Dietary essential amino 

acids to total nitrogen ratio for voung men. 
Fed Proc 24:374, 65. Intestinal absorption of 

amino acids in man. 
Proc Am Soc Clin Nutr 5th Ann Mtg, p. 5, 65. 
Intestinal absorption of protein hydrolysates 
in man. 
Proc Int Congr Neurol, Vienna, 65. Further 

studies of frontal lobe function. 
Proc Int Congr Neurol, Vienna, 65. Visual 
changes from occipital lobe lesions. 
FR-00091 CLR MARSTON, ROBERT Q., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Mississippi, Jackson, Miss. General 
Cli-iccl Research Center _ 

Am J Surg 107:277, 64. Mucosal changes fol- 
lowing aastric freezing. 
Am Surg 30:53, 64. Gastric freezing for duo- 
denal ulcer. 
Ann Surg 159:711, 64. Surgical management 
of Cushing's syndrome: Including studies of 
adrenal autotransolants. bodv composition and 
nspiirintnmnr rprphri 
Ann Surg 159:758, 64. Clinical evaluation of 

aastric freezing for oeotic ulcer. 
Clin Res 12:185, Apr 64. Epidemiological 
studies of toxemia of pregnancy and hyperten- 
sion. 
J Mississippi Med Assn 4:427, 63. the use 
of gastric freezina in the treatment of DeDtic_ 
Proc 6th Int Transplant Conf, New York, Feb 64. 
Adrenal autotransplantation in Cushing's dis- 
ease. 
Proc Mississippi Assn Path, Jackson, Miss, 
May 64. Hb-A2 variations and their signifi- 
cance in anemia. 
Surg Forum 14:354, 63. Mucosal damage fol- 
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Acta Haemal (Basel) 32:233, 64. Three inherited" 
intra-erythrocytic defects -hereditary sphero- 
cytosis, HB-S and HB-C. 

Am J Clin Path 40, (Mo 4):415, Oct 63. Observa- 
tions on functional differences of some hemo- 
globin variants. 

Am J Clin Path 42, (No 4):514, Nov 64. An 
unusual sequela of sickle cell anemia — Diffuse 
anoxic heoatitis. 

Am J Clin Path 42, (No 4):516, Nov 64. Electron 
microscopy applied to the study and identification 
of sickle cell disease. 

Am J Med Sci 249, (No 2):175, Feb 65. An un- 
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Clin Res 12:248, Apr 64. Salvage of far advanced 
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Clin Res 12:294, Apr 64 Appropriate and inappro- 
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J Mississippi Med Assn 5, (No 12):461, Dec 64. 
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J Mississippi Med Assn 6:107, 65. A fatal hep- 
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Neurology 15:297, 65. Pyruvate levels in arsenic 
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Union Univ., Albany, N.Y. Genera! 
Clinical Research Center 
FR-00095 CLR NEWMAN, ELLIOT V., Sch. Med., Vanderbilt 

Univ., Nashville, Tennessee General 
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FR-00096 CLR MULHOLLAND, JOHN H„ New York Univ. Med. 

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Ann NY Acad Sci 123:354, 65. Cutaneous aspects 
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Ann Surg 160, (No 3), 64. The suppression of 
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Brit J Haemat 10:171, 64. Survival of 51 Cr 
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Bull WHO 30:733, 64. Measles and measles 
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Fed Proc 23:519, 64. Lymphatic pathway of 
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Fed Proc 24:S-15, 65. Light sensitivity in bio- 
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J Lab Clin Med 63:687, 64. Determination of the 
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J Lab Clin Med 64:238, 64. Excretion of free 
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Pediatrics 34:795, 64. Measles immunization in- 
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Proc 9th Congr Europ Soc Hemat, Lisbon, Portu- 
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in infectious hepatitis. 
Virology 24:109, 64. Recovery of cytopathic 
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Vox Sang 9:232, 64. Studies on a fractionation 
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Current Pedi atric Therapy, WB Saunders Co, Philadelphia, 

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Infectious Diseases of Children. CV Mosbv Co, St. Louis, 64. 
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analoa-dioital conversion facility 
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transolanted and a orimarv canine venereal sarcoma. 
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small Ivmohocvtes in the rhesus monkev and some other 
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Am Natur 98, (No 899):121, 64. Rust, a new mutation in 

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identity. 
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isotooic studies on the Rh„ j/ariant — D u . 
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cell storaoe disease. 
Am J Dis Child 11:457, 66. Glycogen storage disease, types 
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deformities and blood cell abnormalities. 
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Proc Soc Pediat Res, p. 50, Apr 66. Hypoglycemia and 

conoestive heart failure. 
Proc Soc Pediat Res, p. 150, Apr 66. Amantadine therapy in 
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Proc Soc Pediat Res, p. 179, Apr 66. Electron microscopic 
examination of glycogen distribution in tissues of Pompe's 
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Proc Soc Pediat Res, p. 180, Apr 66. Hepatic glycogen 
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Pediatrics 35, (No 1), Jan 65. Congestive heart 
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FR-00126 COM EWELL, RAYMOND, State Univ. N.Y., Buffalo, 

N V ^unnnrt of comoutino center 
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for chrnnic illnpss 
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concents of immobilization. _ 
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64. An evaluation of the efficiency of three 
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Health Sci TV Bull 2, (No 1), 65. A closed circuit data 

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Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 
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Clin Res 13, (No 2), Apr 65. Alterations in ery- 
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Am J Vet Res 26, (No 110):97, Jan 65. Acytologic study 
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Rurkirt himnr nf children. 
Invest Urol 3:92, 65. Erythropoietin levels in response to 
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Invest Urol 3:244, 65. Renal transplantation in the Rhesus 
monkev. VI . Observations in homotransplanted animals. 
J Am Vet Med Assn 146, (No 10):1106, May 65. Identification 

of canine microfilariae. 
J Am Vet Med Assn 147:1068, 65. Phencyclidine for analgesia 

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and therapeutic studies of canine lymphomas. 
The Pathology of Laboratory Animals, C C Thomas, Spring- 
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lesions of small experimental animals. 
FR-00133 CLR PETERSDORF, ROBERT G., King County 

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FR-00134 CLR OLSON, STANLEY W., Col. Med., Baylor Univ., 

Houston, Tex. General Clinical 
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Clin Res 13:44, 65. Renal handling of 5-hydro- 

xvindole-3-acetic acid. 
Clin Res 13:228, 65. Metabolic and ultrastruc- 

tural observations on urticaria pigmentosa. 
J Appl Physiol 20:197, 65. Body oxygen consump- 
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J Clin Invest 43:1296, 64. The miscible serotorrtn 

pool and daily serotonin production. 
J Lab Clin Med 64:107, 64. Cardiorespiratory 
response of very obese subjects to treadmill 
exercise. 
J Lab Clin Med 64:808, 64. Alcohol and the 

tolbutamide response in the dog. 
Progr Cardiov Dis 7:73, 64. Acute myocarditis 
in the adult. 
FR-00135 COM STUBBE, JOHN S., Grad. Sch., Clark Univ., 

Worcester, Mass. Clark University 
Computer Center 
Acta Psiquat Psicol Am Lat 12:77, 66. Sintomatologia psi- 

nnatrir.av culhira: Investioacion intercultural. 
Acta Psychol 24:41, 65. Some relations between autokinetic 

motion and space localization. 
Arch Gen Psychiat 14:419, 66. Apparant eye level test: 

Its background and use in osvchooharmacoloov. 
Biochemistry 5:1389, 66. Relationship between active sites 

and polymerization sites in -chvmotrvsoin. 
Child Develop 35:857, 64. Physique and growth in 

adolescence. 
Child Develop 35:939, 64. The development of cognitive 

controls in children. 
Child Develop 35:1343, 64. The automatization cognitive 

stvle and physical development. 
J Abnorm Soc Psychol 71:209, 66. Social competence and 

psychiatric diagnosis. 
J Chem Phys 42:2899, 65. Electron spin resonance in 
gammairradiated single crystals of hydroxylated organic 
compounds. 
J Chem Phys 44:691, 66. Electron spin resonance studies 

of v -irradiated ferrelectric methvlammonium alum crystals. 
J Chem Phys 44:2532, 66. Ammonia-group -proton hyperfine 

couolino constants in -electron radicals. 
J Clin Psychol 21:418, 65. Construct validity of the miniature 
situation test: The performance of public school, orphaned 
and brain damaqed children. 
J Consult Psychol 28:487, 64. Generality and behavioral 

correlates of coqnitive styles. 
Merrill-Palmer Quart Behav Develop 10:343, 64. A 
developmental study of the cognitive control leveling- 
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narrs attended tn separately and in combination. 
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induced self-object cognitive attitudes on body and object 
perception. 
Proc Eastern Psychol Assn Mtg, New York, Apr 66. 
Connotations of several levels of stimulus ambiguity: A 
studv bv means of the semantic differential. 
Proc Eastern Psychol Assn Mtg, New York, Apr 64. 
Rorschach developmental indices in relation to social 
competence and psychiatric diaqnosis. 
Proc 9th Interam Soc Psychol Congr, p. 610, 64. Social 

cnmnpfpnr.p. nsvchiatric svmotnmatoloov and culture. 
Psychol Schools 2:57, 65. Cognitive styles and reading 
disability. 
FR-00137 Al FAVOUR, CUTTING B., National Jewish 

Hosp., Denver, Colo. Resource ■ 
strains 2 and 13 guinea oios 
FR-00139 SSS WHITNEY, RAE, Elmira Col., Elmira, N.Y. 

Lagurus lagurus as a potential laboratory 
animal 
FR-00140 SSS HOWES, JAMES R., Sch. Agr., Auburn Univ., 

Auburn, Ala. Development of Coturnix 

ouail for hiomedical research 
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eggshell as revealed by x-ray diffraction and 
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Proc Southern Agric Workers 62nd Ann Conv, 
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Coturnix auail. 
Proc Southern Agric Workers 62nd Ann Conv, 
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Ouail Ouart 1 . (No 1). .Ian 64. 
Ouail Ouart 1. (Mo ?). Jul 64. 
Proc Alabama Acad Sci Ann Mtg, Auburn, Ala, 64. A com- 
parison of egg formation and oviposition time in various 
species of domesticated Birds. 
FR-00141 GEN STARR, RICHARD C, Grad, Seh., Indiana Univ., 

Bloomington, hid. Isolation and 
nrpservatinn nf aiaae 
FR-00142 COM ROSENBLITH, WALTER A., Massachusetts Inst. 

Technology Cambridge, Mass. Center 
fnr rnmnutpr rpchnolocv in biomedical 
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FR-00145 COM MOUNT, JOSEPH, Univ. Alabama Med. Cr., 

Birmingham, Ala. Use of electronic 
nnmnutprs in health research 

Alabama J Med Sci 1:153, Apr 64. Audio 
analaesia and pain threshold. 

J Exp Biol Med 115:1001, 64. Paper electro- 
phoresis of rat salivary secretions. 

Oral Surg 17:162, Aug 64. Evaluation of es- 
trogens in extraction induced hemorrhage. 

J Periodc.it 35:30?, Jul-Aug 64. A study of 
periodontal health and oral hygiene in Norwegian 
army recruits. 

j Periodont 35:308, jul-Aug 64. The effect of 
controlled cleansing of the teeth on periodontal 
health and oral hygiene in Norwegian army recruits. 

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p. 323, 64. Phase velocity and damping of tor- 
sional waves in thin-walled tubes or infinite 
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Alabama J Med Sci 2, (No 3) :280, Jul 65. A survey of the 
frequency distribution of the classes of malocclusion, 
acmrdinn rn Anolp's classification. 
Alabama J Med Sci 2:433, 65. Fractionation of hyaluronic 

arid anenrdinn tn molecular wpioht. 
Alabama J Med Sci 2, (No 4) , Oct 65. Dental caries rate of' 
Mnhiln Cnuntv srhnnl children- Comparison nf children in 
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nnsl ni*and ial pyprrisp 

Am Heart J 71, ( No 4) :435, Apr 66. Computer analysis of the 
kinpfnr.ardinfiraiTt frnm natipnts with atrial Seotal defects. 

Am J Dig Dis, Vol 11, Mar 66. Reversal of insulin inhibition 
nf nastrir sprrptinn hv intravenous iniectinn of ootassium. 

Am J Dig Dis, Vol 11, Mar 66. I. Quantitation of inhibition 

nf nactrir plprtrnlvtp SPrrPtinn in rhp fistula rina 

Am J Dig Dis, Vo! 11, Mar 66. I!. Characteristics of inhibi- 
tion nf na^trir. piprfrntvtp spr.rptinn hv insulin. 

Am J Dig Dis, Vol 11, Mar 66. III. Direct inhibition of gastric 
electrolyte secretion by insulin independencey of hypogly- 
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Am J Physiol p. 209. 65. Vagal gastric secretory stimulation 

hv ?-dpoYv-D«nlurosp. 

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saliva tn nni var.rvlamidp np| , 

Biochim Biophys Acta 101:157, Jul 65. The carbohydrates of 
human submaxillary glycoproteins in secretors and non- 
spr.rptors nf hlnnd orr.un suhstancps. 

Biochim Biophys Acta 115:329, Feb 66. Effect of insulin 
riprivativps nn thp insulin rpsnonse of in vitro assavs. 

Ciba Fdn Sympos Caries-Resistant Teeth p. 41, 65. Heredity 

in rplatlnn fn caries rPSistanrp 

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nrpq^itrp and pvtrarnrnnrpai circulation. 
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clinical nhmnistrv 
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and glucose tolerance in adult onset diabetics treated with 

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tuhnlar rpah^nrntinn nf chloridp 
Clin Res 13:312, 65. Acid base factors affecting anionic 

rpahsorotion in ihp nrnvimal tubule. 
Clin Res 14, (No 1) :41, Jan 66. Quantification of kineto- 

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Clin Res 14, (No 1):81, Jan 66. The precordial movements in 

adults with niitmnnarv stenosis. 
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aland using short-term clearance studies. 
J Clin Endocr 24:1143, 64. Comparison of thy- 
roidal iodide accumulation and thyroxine secre- 
tion in euthyroid subiects. 
J Pediat 63:361, Sept 63. Perinatal stress an'd 
the premature neonate: I. Effect of fluid and 
calorie deprivation. 
Radiology 83:228, Aug 64. Focused grid tele- 
cobalt therapy in advanced epidermoid carcino- 
ma of the cervix. 
Alabama J Med Sci, Jul 65. The derivation of a common 
transformation as the solution to a quantitative genetics 
problem. 
Am J Hosp Pharm, Jul 65. Sampling methodology for estimat- 
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of some pref i I led disposable iniection devices. 
Am J Obstet Gynec, Jun 66. Comparison of the estimated" 

and actual maturation index. 
Am J Reontgen, Apr 66. Computer autocoding selecting and 

correlating of radioloqic diagnostic cases. 
J Clin Endocr, Oct 65. Interrelation of iodide clearance 

and adrenocortical activity. 
J Clin Endocr, Dec 65. Effect of increased dietary, iodide on 
thyroid accumulation and secretion in euthyroid Arkansas 
subiects. 
J Exp Educ, 64. Sex differences in academic prediction 

based on scholastic oersonalitv and interest factors. 
J Lab Clin Med. Oct 65. Tensile strength" of human lung. 
J Med Educ, Jul 65. Experience teaching computer program- 
ing to medical students. 
J Nutr, Jan 66. Vitamin B-12 and the synthesis of thymine 

and choline in the chick. 
J Pediatr, Mar 66. Perinatal stress and the premature 

neonate. 
JAMA, Jun 66. Planning and managing new and complex 

medical and surgical procedures. 
Pediatrics, Oct 65. Impairment of intestinal hydrolysis of 

lactose in newborn infants. 
CLR ROBBINS, FREDERICK C, Cleveland Metropolitan" 
Gen. Hosp., Cleveland, Ohio General 
clinical research center for childr en 
CLR CALLISON, MASTON K., Col. Med., Univ. 
Tennessee, Memphis, Tenn. General 
Clinical Research Center 
BIO GARVER, J."C, Univ. Wisconsin., Madison, 
Wisconsin. Budget for support 

of oilot olant ooerations 
Biochemistry 4:1174, 65. A column chromatogra- 
phic Drocedure for the fractionation of s-RNA. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 99:476, 65. The ATP 
reguirement for nitrogen fixation in cell -free 
extracts of Clostridium oasteurianium. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 99:504, 65. Studies of 
cold lability and purification of a nitrogen- 
activating enzyme. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 104:278, 65. Method for 
demonstrating cofactor requirements for nitrogen 
fixation. 
J Biol Chem 240:2129, 65. Studies on poly- 
nucleotides. XLI. 
Proc Nat Acad Sci 53:378, 65. Control of viriT 
messenger RNA after lambda phage infection 
and induction. 
COM DAMMKOEHLER, RICHARD A., Washington 
Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Bio-medical 
information nrnr.pssino research 
Arch Otolaryng 83:135, Feb 66. Nasal obstruction and the 

mechanics of breathina. 
J Biol Chem 241, (No 9):1948, May 66. A computional pro- 
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linear models of enzvme kinetics. 
COM PAPIAN", WILLIAM N.~, Computer Tech. Cr., 

Washington Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Computer 
Technology Center for Biology and Medicine 
Ann NY Acad Sci 115:653, 64: The LINC. A~ 
description of the laboratory instrument compu- 
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Proc Final LINC-Evaluation-Proor Mta . Mar 65. 
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J Nat Cancer Inst 31, (No 65:1333, Dec 63. 
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J Nat Cancer Inst 31, (No 6):1357, Dec 63. 
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function nf radiation Factors. 

COM SONTAG, LESTER W., Fels Res. Inst., Yellow 
SDrinos.Ohio ComDuter facjMty 
Am Anthropol 66:587, 64. Relative molar size 

and fossil taxonomy. 
Fed Proc 23:338, 64. Osseous growth of 
Guatemalan children fed a protein-calorie 
sunplement. 
J Dent Res 44:228, 65. Genetic, nutritional and" 
maturational correlates of dental development. 
J Dent Res 44:243, 65. Endocrine factors in den- 
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J Dent Res 44:350, 65. Size Interrelationships 

of the mesial and distal teeth. 
J Dent Res 44:439, 65. X-linked inheritance^ 
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Am J Phys Anthrop 23:303, 65. On skewness in the 

nccifioaf ion rpntprs nf thp plhnw. 

Angle Orthodont 36:55, 66. Meaning of bilateral asymmetry 

in the permanent dentition. 
Ann NY Acad Sci 134:538, 66. A computeTapproach to the 

parametric and nonparametric description of distributions 

and their subseauent normalization using a polynomial to 

obtain normalized T-scores. 
Biol Neonat 8:114, 65. Age-dependent cHanges of metabolism^ 

II. Influences of hypoxia on tissue enzyme patterns of 

newborn and adult rabbits. 
Canad Med Assn J 93:914, 65. The applicability of North 

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Child Develop 37:63, 66. The cardiac response as a 

correlate of attention in infants. 
J Exp Child Psychol 2:205, 65. Social isolation: A para- 
metric studv of its effect on social reinforcement. 
Pediat Clin N Am 13:353, 66. Interaction of nutrition and 

aenetics in the timing of growth and develooment. 
Psychiat Spectator 11:14, 65. The cardiac deceleration 

sign in infants. 
BBC FENTON, STUART W., Sch. Chemistry, 
Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Mass spectrometer 
BIO GARVER, JOHN C, Univ. Wisconsin, Madison, 
Wisconsin Budget for support of pilot 
olant noerations 
Appl Microbiol 14:292, 66. Pilot plant glycerol production 

with a slow-feed osmoDhillic yeast fermentation. 
Biochemistry 4:1174, 65. A column chromatographic procedure 

for the fractionation of s-RNA. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 99:476, 65. The ATP requirement Tor 

nitrogen fixation in cell-free extracts of Clostridium 

oasteurianium. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 99:504, 65. Studies of cold lability 

and purification of a nitroaen-activatina enzvme. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 104:278, 65. Method for demonstrating 

cofactor renuirements for nitroaen fixation. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 111:1, 65. Inhibitors of nitrogen 



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Biochim Biophys Acta 113:225, 66. Purification of a non-Tieme 
iron protein and other electron transport components from 
azotobacter extracts. 
Biotechnol Bioengineer 8:287, 66. Mass culture of the proto- 
zoa Colooda steinii. 
J Biol Chem 240:2729, 65. Studies on polynucletodies, 

No. XLI. 
J Molec Biol 18:90, 66. The requirements for specific sRNA 

binding bv ribosomes. 
Proc Nat Acad Sci 53:378, 65. Control o7 viral messenger 

RNA after lambda ohaoe infection an d ind uction. 
Non-Heme Iron Proteins: Role in Energy Conversion . 
Antioch Press, Yellow Springs, Ohio, p. 315, 65. 
Intermediates and cofactors in nitrogen fixation. 
CB MILLHOUSE, EDWARD W., Jr., Chicago Med. 

Sch., Chicago, III. Centralized 
electron microscooe laboratory 
CLR JACOBSEN, CARLYLE F., Upstate Med. Cr., 
State Univ. New York, Syracuse, N.Y. 
General Clinical Research Center— Adult 
COM TURNER, MALCOLM E., Jr., Sch. Med., Emory 
Univ., Atlanta, Ga. Emory Biomedical 
Data Processing and Analysis Center 
Invest Ophthal 4:9, 65. Mathematical model of oscillations 

in the human corneo-retinal ootential. 
Med Coll Virginia Quart 1:8, 65. Physiological basis of 

the radioisotope renoaram. 
Pflugers Arch Ges Physiol 287:197, 66. Mathematical model 

of oscillations in the human corneo-retinal DOtential. 
Proc Cox Coronary Heart Inst Int Conf Bardreceptors Hyper- 
tension, 65. Mathematical description of the carotid sunus 
reflex. 
SSS CLARKSON, THOMAS B., Bowman Gray Sch. 

Med., Winston-Salem, NX. Resource 
fnr the studv of laboratory a nima l disease 
SSS LISTER, JULIUS, Boston Floating Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. Dog colony to breed 
nunnips as pxnprimental ani mals 
CLR MELLINKOFF, SHERMAN M.,Sch7Med., Univ. 
California, Los Angeles, Cal. General 
Clinical Research Center _^^ 
CLR BONGIOVANNI, ALFRED M., Childrens Hosp., 
Philadelphia, Pa. General Clinical 
Research Center for Children 
COM RUSSELL, JEROME A.G., Inst. Med. 

Sci., San Francisco, Cal. Development 
of a biomedical research data facility 
COM SCHER, ALLEN H., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Support 
fnr ohvsioloov and biophysics computer 
COM SIMON, WILLIAM, Sch. Med., Harvard Univ., 
Boston, Mass. Biomedical technical 
resource arnuD 
Nerem Rec, Vol 7, (New England Reg Eng Mtg), 65. The use 

of a small comouter in a ohvsioloov laboratory. 
Rev Sci Instr, Vol 36, (NO 11), Nov 65. Photomicrography 

of deeo fields. 

COM CUTTING, WINDSOR C, Univ. Hawaii, 
Honolulu, Hawaii Special research 
resource computer in the PBRC 
COM HIND, JOSEPH E., Univ. Wisconsin Computing 
Cr., Madison, Wis. Support of biomedical 
cnmoutino division 
New Eng J Med 274:194, 66. A computer-based medical 

history system. 
COM EASTWOOD, RICHARD T., Texas Med. Cr., 
Houston, Tex. Regional computer 
facility at the Texas Medic al Cen ter 
SSS FRENCH, JOHN D., Univ. California Cr. 

Hlth. Sci., Los Angeles, Cal. Biomedical 
instrumentation research resource 
COM CADY, LEE D., Jr., Univ. Texas, Houston, Texas 
II Biomedical computation at University of 
Tpvsc 

Ann NY Acad Sci 126:2, Aug 65. Computation for cardio- 
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for metallic ion determination in human subjects using corn- 
outer techniaues. 

Meth Inform Med 4, (No 2):92, Jun 65. Computed cardio- 
araDhic oattern diaanosis. 

Mod Med, Jul 65. Myeloma proteins and the clinical response 
to melohalan theraov. 

Pediatrics 36:721, 65. Growth status of children exposed to 
fallout radiation Marshall Islands. 

Proc IntConf Med Electon Biol Eng, Tokyo, Aug 65. Conver- 
sion of frank lead disnlavs to standard lead cardioorams. 

Science 148, (No 3668):376, 65. Myeloma proteins and the 
clinical resnonse to melohalan theraov. 

Simulation p. 87, Aug 65. Hybrid techniques in statistical 
analysis. I. 

Simulation, p. 160, Sep 65. Hybrid techniques in statistical 
analvsis. II. 

Cellular Radiation Biology , Williams &Wilkins, Baltimore, 
Md, p. 514, 65. Radiation response in C3H mouse mammary 
carcinoma evaluated in terms of cellular radiation sensitivity. 

CLR GRACE, JAMES T., Health Research, Inc., 
Buffalo, N.Y. General Clinical Research 
Center 

SSS BARNETT, G. OCTO, Massachusetts Gen. 

Hosp., Boston, Mass. Hospital 
r.nmnurer nroieot 

Datamation, 2, (No 12):29, Dec 65. Joint venture at Massa- 
chusetts General. 

Electronics 39, (No 2):93, Jan 66. On the horizon: Better 
hosoital care throuah comDuter time-sharina. 

Proc Eng Med Biol 18th Ann Conf, 65. Application of a time- 
shared, remote-terminal digital computer in patient care 
information Drocessina in a hospital. 

SSS COHN, ISIDORE, Jr., Sch. Med., Louisiana 

State Univ., New Orleans, La. Germfree 
Facility 

Am J Dig Dis 10, (No 10):S64, Oct 65. Imbalance of the 
normal microbial flora. The oermfree alimentary tract. 

J Surg Res 6, (No 1):23, Jan 66. Gnotobiotic dogs for surgicaT 
research. 

Lab Anim Care, Apr 66. Effects of peracetic acid as used in 
anotobiotics on exoerimental animals. 

COM NEILSEN, IVAN R., Sch. Med., Loma Linda Univ., 
Loma Linda, Cal. Development of 
hinmpHical rnmnutation facility 

Am J Phys 34:361, 66. Method for using conventional X-Y 
nlotter in larae classrooms. 

Am Zool 5:704, 65. Circadian rhythms in female harvester 

ante 

Commun Assn Computing Machinery 8:634, 65. A simple data 

transmission system usino. the office te^eDhone. 
Fed Proc 25:557, 66. Enzymatic and non-enzymatic metabol- 
ism of a, B-unsaturated ketones by erythrocytes and other 
tissues. 
Fed Proc 25:565, 66. Surfactant in organotypic cultures of 

the mammalian luna. 
J Histochem Cytochem 13:707, 65. Computer simulation of 

histochemical enzvme kinetics. 
Proc Eng Med Biol 18th Ann Conf, Philadelphia, Pa, Nov 65. 
Computer simulation of the human electrocardiogram and 
vectorcardiogram. 
Science 150:1037, 65. Circadian rhythms in male ants of five 

diverse soecies. 
GMP WOODS. L.A., Col. Med., State Univ. 

Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Toxicology and 
biochemical oharmacoloav 
PME VAGTBORG, HAROLD, Southwest Fdn. Res., 

Educ, San Antonio, Tex. Resources for study 
of biological profiles of selected primates 
NSS VOLKER, J.F., Univ. Alabama, Birmingham 

General research suooort 
NSS TOCCHINI, J., Col. Phys. Surg., San Francisco, 

Cal. General research suDoort 
NSS SMITH, C.T., Sch. Dent., Loma Linda Univ., 

Cal. General research suooort 

NSS McNULTY, R.W., Sch. Dent., Univ.SouthernCaT. 

Los A noeles. General research_suooort 
NSS S0G"N"NAE5~, R.'f:, "5ch."Dent7, Un'lv: Cal. 
Lns Anoeles. General research suooort 
"NSS FLEMlNGTW.C, Sch.TJent.7 UnTv."TSi: 
San Francisco- General research suooort 
NSS THES~$7"W;C, Sch. Dent". 7 Georgetown OhTv. 

Washinatnn. D.C. General research support 
NSS DIXON , R.A., TTol. Dent., Howard Univ. 

Washinatnn. D.C. General research suooort 
"NSS MOOT-TON", G.H., Emory Univ., ffilantaTTSI. 

General research suooort 
NSS SCHOUR, I., Col. Dent., Univ. Illinois, Chicago 
General research suDDOrt 
"NSS TOTTj; "P:D., Sch.Dent77 Loyola UnTv. 
Chicaao. 111. General research^suooort 
NSS TEUSCHER, G.W., Sch. Dent., Northwestern On ivi 

Chicaao. III. General research suDDort 
NSS HWE7"M.K., Sch. Dent., Indiana Un"iv7~ 

IndianaDolis. Ind. General research suooort 
NSS EASTON, G.S., Col. Dent., State 0niv7lowa, 

Iowa Citv. General research suooort 
NSS "MORRrsrA.L.,"Col.TJenf.,~U"niv. Ke"nlucl<y7 

Lexinaton General research suDDort 
NSS MYERS, R.E., Sch. Dent., Univ. Louisville, 

Kentucky General research SuDoort 
NSS HOUGHTON, F.J., Sch. Dent., Loyola Univ., 
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A1SENBERG, M.S., S6h. Dent., U. Maryland, 

Baltimore. General research suDDort 
GREEP, R.O., Sch. Dent., Harvard U. Boston, 

Mass. General research suooort 
GAVEL, J.M., Sch. Dent., Tufts U., Boston, 

Mass. General research suooort 
BARALT, A.R., Jr., Sch. Dent., Univ. Detroit, 

Michioan General research suDDort 
MANN, W.R., Sch. Dent., Univ. Michigan, 

Ann Arhor. Genera! research suooort 
CRAWFORD, W.H., Sch. Dent., Univ. "Minnesota, 

Minneapolis. General research suooort 
ROBINSON , H.B.G., Sch: Dent:, Univ. 

Kansas Citv. Mo. General research suooort 
FLIEDER, D.E., Sch. Dent., St. Louis Univ. 

Mo. General research suooort 
BOLING, L.R., Sch. Dent., WashingtoriUnlv. 

St. Louis. Mo. General research suDDort 
SHADDY, R., Sch. Dent. Creighton Univ., 

Omaha. Neb. General research suDoort 
IRELAND, R.L., Col. Dent., Univ. Neb., 

Lincoln General research suoDort 
WILSON, W.A., Sch. Dent., Fairleigh Dickinson 

Univ.. Teaneck. N.J. General research suooort 
TOBIN, D.F., Col. Dent., Seton Hall College, 

Jersey Citv, N.J. General research support 
ENGLISH, J.A., Sch. Dent., State Univ., N.Y., 

Buffalo. N.Y. General research suooort 
SMITH, G.P., Sch. Dent. Surg., Columbia U., 

NY.C- General research suooort 
NAGLE, R.J. , Col. Dent., New "York Un"iv.,""N?/".C. 

General research suooort 
BRAUER, J.C., Sch. Dent., U. North Carolina, 

Chanel Hill. General research suooort 
WILSON, J.R., Ohio State U. Columbus, Ohio 

General research suDDort 
BOYLE, P.E., Sch. Dent., Western Reserve U., 

Cleveland. Ohio. General research suoDort 
NOYES, H.J., Dent. Sch., U. Oregon, Portland 

General research suDDort 
WILDE, C.E., Jr., Sch. Dent., Univ. Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia General research support 
FORREST, E.J., Sch. Dent., Univ. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

General research suDoort 
McCREA, M.W., Sch. Dent., Temple Univ., 

Philadelohia. Pa. General research suooort 
MOHAMMED, C.I., Sch. Dent., Univ. Puerto Rico, 

San Juan. General research suDDort 
MOBLEY, E.L., Sch. Dent., Meharry Med. Col., 

Nashville. Tenn. General research suooort 
PETERSON, S., Col. Dent., Univ. Tenn., Memphis 

General research suooort 
BISHOP, J.G., Col. Dent., Baylor Univ., 

Dallas. Texas. General research suDDort 
OLSON, J. V., Dental Br., Univ. Texas, Houston. 

General research suDDort 
LYONS, H., Sch. Dent., Med. Col. Virginia, 

Richmond General research suDDort 

HICKEY, M.J., Sch. Dent., Univ Wash., Seattle 

General research suooort 
RANDOLPH, K.V., Sch. Dent., West Va. Univ. 

Moroantown. General research suDoort 
RYGE, G., Sch. Dent., Marquette Univ., 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin. General research 

suooort 
VOLKER, J.F., Univ. Alabama Med. Cr., 

Birminaham General research suDDort 
SHOREY, W.K., Sch. Med., Univ. Arkansas, 

Little Rock. General research suooort 
BELL, G.B., Calif. Col. Med., Los Angeles 

General research suDoort 
HINSHAW, D.B., Sch.Med., Loma Linda Univ., 

Calif. General research suoDort 
ALWAY, R.H., Sch. Med., Stanford Univ., 

Palo Alto. Calif. General research support 

MELLINKOFF, S., Sch. Med., Univ. Cal. 

Los Anoeles. General research suooort 
SAUNDERS, J.B.deC. M., Sch. Med. Univ. Calif. 

San Francisco. Genera] research support 
LOOSLT, C.G., Sch.' Med. Univ. So. "Calif. 

Los Anoeles. General research SuDDort 
CONGER, J".J7,~0n"iv". "Colorado, Denver. 

General research suooort 
LlPPARD, V.W., Sch. Med., Yafe 07, 

New Haven. Conn. General research suDDort 
GRIFFIN, A.M., Sch. Med., George Washington U. 

Washinatnn. D. C. General research sunnort 
HESS, W.C., Sch. Med. Georgetown U. 

Washinatnn. DC General research sunnort 

HARDEN, K.A., Col. Med., Howard Univ., 

Washinaton, D.C. General research suooort 
HARRELL, G.T., Col. Med. Univ. Florida, 

Gainesville General research suDDort 

NICHOLSON, H.C., Sch. Med., Oniv. Miami, 

Miami. Fla. General research suooort 
RICHARD'SON, A. P., Sch. Medi, Emory Univ., 

Atlanta. Georaia. General researchsuDOort 
RICE, W.G7 Med. Col. Georgia, Augusta. 

General research suoDort 
KUSHNER, D.S., Chicago Med. School, 111. 

General research SuoDort 
BENNETT, H.S., Univ. Chicago," ML " 

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SHEEHAN, J.R., Stritch Sch. Med.., Loyola U., 

Chicaoo. III. General research support 

GROVE, W.J., Col. Med. Univ.lfT: Chicago. 

Genprai research sunnort 
YOUNG, R.H., Sch. Med., Northwestern Univ., 

Chicaan. 111. General research sunnnrt 
MERRlTT, D., Sch. Met). Indiana Univ., 

InHtanannlis. General research sunnort 
HARDIN, R.C., Col. Med. State Univ. Iowa 

Inwa Citv General research sunnnrt 

MILLS, R.C., Univ. Kansas, Kansas City. 

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WILLARD, W.R., Univ. Kentucky, Lexington. 

General research suooort 
KINSMAN, J.M., Univ. Louisville, Kentucky 

Gpnpra! rpsparch sunnnrt 
FRYE, W.W., Sch. Med., Louisiana State Univ., 

Npw Orleans. Genera! research sunnnrt^ 
SPRA'GUH, C.C., Sch. Med., Tular.e Univ., 

New Orleans. La. General research support 
TURNER, T.8., Sch. Med., John Hopkins U., 

RaiHmofp. MH Hpriprsl rp^parrh sunnnrt 

STONE, W.S., Sch. Med., Univ. Maryland, 

Baltimore. General research siraoort 
GELLIS, S.S., Sch. Med., Boston Univ., Mass. 

General research suooort 
BERRY, C.P., Harvard Med. Sch., Boston, Mass. 

General research suooort 
HAYMAN, j.M. Jr., Sch. Med. Boston, Mass. 

Gene r al research suooort 
HUBBARD, W.N., Med. Sch. Univ. Mich^ 

Ann Arhnr. Mich. General research sunnnrt 
SCOTT, G.H., Col. Med., Wayne State U. 

General research support 
HOWARD, R.8., Col. Med. Sci., U. Minn. 

MinriPannl is; (gpnpral rP^Pacrh ^nnnnrf 

MARSTON.. R.Q., Miss. Univ. Med. Center 

Jackson. Miss. General research suooort 
WiLSON, V.E., Univ. Missouri Med. Cr. 

Cnltimhia General research sunonrt 
BROUN, G.O., Sr„ Sch. Med. St. Louis Univ., 

Mo. General research suooort 
DEMPSEY, E.W., Sen. Med., Washington Univ., 

St. Louis. Mo. General research suDDort 
EGAN, R.L., Sch. Med., Creighton Univ., "Omaha, 

Neh. General research suooort 
TOLLMAN, J. P., Col. Med. Univ. Nebraska, 

Omaha, Gpnpral rpsparch sunnnrt 
"MUDGE, G.H., Dartmouth Univ., Hanover, N.H. 

General research suooort 
McCORMACK, J.E., Col. Med. Seton Hall, 

Jersev Citv. N.J. General research suooort 
WIGGERS, H.C., Albany Med. Col. Union Univ., 

Alhanv. N.Y. General research suDDort 
MERRlTT, H.H., Col.Phy. Surg., Columbia Univ., 

N.Y.C. Genera! research suooort 
DEITRiCK, J.E., Med. Col. Cornell Univ., N.Y.C. 

General research suooort 
KOGEL, M.D., Col. Med., Yeshi'va Univ., 

Bronx. N.Y. General research suooort 
SNYDER, R.E., New York Med. Col., N.Y.C. 

General research suooort 
WORTIS, S.B., New York Unu., N.Y.C. 

Genera! .-psparch sunnnrt 
SURGBIOR, D.N., Sch. Med., State U. N.Y. 

Rnffaln Gpnpral research sunnnrt 

MOORE, R.A., Downstate Med. Cr. State U. N.Y. 

Rrnnklvn. Gpnpral rpsparch suooort 
JACOBSEN, C.F., Coi. Med. State U. NX 

Syracuse. General research suooort 
ANDERSON, D.G., Sch. Med. U". Rochester, n;?. 

General research suooort 
MEADS, M., Sch. Med., Wake Forrest U., 

Winston Salem. NT. General rpsparch sunnnrt 
WOODHALL, B., Duke Univ., Durham, N.C. 

Gpneral research suooort 
BERRYHILL, W.R., Sch. Med., U. North Carolina, 

Chaoel Hill General research suooort 

HARWOOD, T.H., Sch. Med., U. North Dakota, 

Grand Forks. General research suooort 
TRUFANT, S.A., Co!. Med., U. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

General research suooort 
MEILING, R.L., Col. Med. Ohio State U., 

Columbus. General research suooort 
BOND, D.D., Sch. Med., Western Reserve U., 

Cleveland. Ohio General research support 
WHITE, J.M., Sch. Med., U. Okla., Oklahoma City, 

General research suooort 
BAIRD, D.W.E., Sch. Med. U. Oregon, Portland. 

General research suDDort 
KELLOW, W.F., Hahnemann Med. Col., Phila. Pa. 

General research suooort 
SODEMAN.. W.A., Jefferson Med. Col., Phila., 

Pa. General research suooort 
GURIM, S., Sch. Med., U. Pennsylvania, Phila. 

General research suooort 
CKEEVER, F.S., Sch. Med., U. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

General research suooort 
BOONE, B.R., Sch. Med., Temple U., Phila., 

Pa. General research support 
FAY, M., Womatis Med. Col. Pa., Phila. 

General research suooort 



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VIVAS, J.R., Sch. Med., U. Puerto Rico, 

San Juan. General research support 
SMYTHE, C. McC, Med. Col. S. Carolina, 

Charleston. General research suooort 
HARD, W.L.. Sch. Med., State U. South Dakota 

Vermillion. General research suDDort 
JOHNSON, C.W., Sch. Med., Meharry Med. Col. 

Nashville. Tenu. General research support 
CALLISON, M.K., Col. Med., U. Tennessee, 

MemDhis. General research suDDort 
BATSON, R., Sch. Med., Vanderbilt U., Nashville, 

Term. General research suooort 

OLSON, S.W., Col. Med. Baylor U., Houston, Tex. 

General research suooort 
PANNILL, F.C., Southweste-n Med. Sch., Univ. 

Texas. Dallas General research suooort 

TRUSLOW, J.B., U.Texas, Galveston, Texas. 

General research suooort 
CASTLETON, K.B., Col. Med. U. Utah, Salt Lake 

Citv. General research suooort 
SLATER, R.J., Col. Med. U. Vermont, Burlington 

Gpnpral resparch suooort 
NELSON, K., Med. Col. Virginia, Richmond 

General research suooort 
HUNTER, T.H., Sch. Med. U. Virginia 

Charlottesville. General research suoDort 
AAGAARD, G.N., Sch Med. U. Washington, 

Seattle. General research suDDort 
SLCETH, C.K., Sch. Med. West Va. Univ., 

Moraantown. General research suooort 
HIRSCHBOECK, J.S., Sch. Med., Marquette U., 

Milwaukee. Wis. General research suooort 
CROW, J.F., Sch. Med., U. Wisconsin, Madison. 

Genera! research suDDort 
KELSO, A.F., Chicago Sch. Osteo., Illinois 

Gpneral research suoonrt 
NIFFENEGGER, O.F., Col. Osteopathic Med., 

Surg.,. Des Moines, Iowa. General research 

suooort 
COLE, W.V., Col. Osteo., Surg., Kansas City, 

Mo. Gpneral resparch suooort 
DENSLOW, J.S., Col. Osteo. Surg., Kirksviile, 

Mo. General research suooort 
MERCER, S.R., Col. Osteo., Philadelphia, Pa. 

General research suDDort 
SMITH, C.E., Sch. Pub. Hlth., U. California, 

Berkeley. Genera! research suooort 
GOERKE, L.S., Sch. Pub. Hlth., U. California, 

Los Anaeles. General research suooort 
PAYNE, A.M.M., Yale U., New Haven, Conn. 

General research suoDort 
PATTERSON, J.C.S., Tulane U., New Orleans, 

La. General research suooort 
STEBBINS, E., John Hopkins U., Baltimore, MrJ. 

General rpsparch sunnnrt 
SNYDER, J.C., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Harvard U. 

Boston. Mass. General research suooort 
WEGMAN, M.E., Sch. Public Hlth., U. Michigan, 

Ann Arbor. General research suooort 
ANDERSON, G.W., Sch. Pub. Hlth., U. 

Minnesota, Minneapolis. General research 

support 
TRUSSELL, R.E., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Columbia 

Univ.. N.Y.C. General research suooort 
McGAVRAN, E.G., Sch. Pub. Hlth., U. North 

Carolina, Chapel Hill. General research 

suooort 
CRABTREE, J.A., Grad. Sch. U. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

General research suoDort 
NINE-CURT, J., U. Puerto Rico, San Juan. 

General research suDDort 
PRITCHARD, W.R., Sch. Vet. Med. U. California, 

Davis. General research suooort 
JENSEN, R., Col. Vet. Med. Colorado State U., 

Fort Collins. General research suooort 
BRANDLY, C.A., Col. Vet. Med., U. Illinois, 

Urhana Genera! research suDDort 

THORP, W.T.S., Col. Vet. Med. U. Minnesota, 

St. Paul. General research suDDort 
POPPENSIEK, G.C., Cornell U., Ithaca, N.Y. 

Gpnpral research suooort 
ALLAM, M.W., Sch. Vet. Med., U. Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia General research suooort 
McCliRDY, J.A., Col. Vet. Med., Wash. State U., 

Pullman Gpnpral rpsparch sunnort 
DANIELS, T.C., Sch. Phar. U. California, 

San Francisco. General research SuDDort 
MURRAY, D.H., Sch. Phar., State U. N.Y.', 

Buffalo General resparch sunnort 
BiANCULLI, J.A., Sch. Phar. u. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

General research suooort 
KUPCHAN, S.M., Sch. Phar. U.Wisconsin, 

Madison. General research suooort 
EVANS, W.D., Los Angeles Co. Hosp. Los 

Anaeles. Calif. Genera! research suoDort 
WIESE, H.F., Children's Hosp. East Bay 

Oakland. Calif. General research suooort 
WARD, R., Children's Hospital L.A., Calif. 

General research suDDort 
WICK, R.E., Children's Hosp. San Francisco, 

Caiif. General research SUDDOrt 
SMITH. H.B., City Hope Med. Center, Duarte, 

Calif. Genera! research suDDort 



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BERKE, M., Mt. Zion Hosp. Med. Center, San 

Francisco. Calif. General research support 
" bTRAUS, K., St. Joseph Hosp., Burbank, Cal. 

General Research Support 

MIDOLtBKOUK, G., Natf. Jewish Hosp., Denver, 

Colo. General Research Support 
(SILVERMAN, W.J., Michael Reese'Hosp., 

Chicago. III. General Resea rch Support 
IBRADY, N.A., Presbyterian St/Luke's Hosp., 

Chicago. III . G eneral Re sear ch Suppo rt 
lKURLANDER"rff.B".751naTH6sR".; Baltimore, W. 

General Research Support 
LEE, S.S., Beth Israel Hosp., Boston, Mass. 

General Research Support 
DUNKS, A.E., Boston Dispensary, Mass. 

General Research Support 
MILLS, R.D., Boston Lying-in Hosp., Mass. 

General Research Support 

1CRONKHITE, L.W., Children's Hosp. Med. Cr., 

Boston. Mass. General Research Support 
HEIN, J.W., Forsyth Dent. Inf. for Children, 

Boston. Mass. General Research SuoDort 
DE MARNEFFE, F.L.A., McLean Hosp., Belmont, 

Mass. General Research Support 
HILL, F.S., Massachusetts Eye, Ear Inf., Boston 

General Research Suooort 
COPE, 0., Massachusetts Gen. Hosp., Boston 

General Research Support 
BONNET, P.D., Massachusetts Mem. Hospitals, 

Boston General Research Support 
VIGUERS, R.T., New England Center Hosp., 

Bostpn. Mass. General Research Support 
DAY, R.T., Peter Bent Brigham Hosp., Boston, 

Mass. General Research Suooort 
PROCTOR, L.D., Henry Ford Hosp., Detroit, Mich. 

General Research Support 
LITTAUER, D., Jewish Hosp., St. Louis, Mo. 

General Research Suooort 
ANTOPOL, W., Beth Israel Hosp., N.Y.C. 

General Research Support 
RUBIN, M.I., Children's Hosp., Buffalo, N.Y. 

General Research Suooort 
ROBBINS, L.L., Hillside Hosp., Glen Oaks, N.Y. 

General Research Suooort 
BAUER, G.C.H., Hosp. for Special Surg., N.Y.C. 

General Research Support 
SAREN, M., Long Island Jewish Hosp., New 

Hvde Park. N.Y. General Research Sunoort 
COHEN, IJ., Maimonides Hosp., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

General Research Suooort 
BORDLEY, J., Ill, M.I. Bassett Hosp., 

Coooerstown. N.Y. General Research Suooort 
CHERKASKY, M., Montefiore Hosp., N.Y.C. 

General Research Support 
STEINBERG, M.R., Mt. Sinai Hosp., N.Y.C. 

General Research Suooort 
DAVIDSON, C.W., St. Luke's Hosp., N.Y.C. 

General Research Suooort 
ANTHONY MARIE, Sister, St. Vincent's Hosp., 

N.Y.C. General Research Sunoort 
AJL, S.J., A. Eistein Med. Cr., Philadelphia, Pa. 

General Research SuoDort 
SCOTT, T.F.M., Children's Hosp., Philadelphia, 

Pa. General Research Suooort 
KOLBE, H.W., Philadelphia Gen. Hosp., Pa. 

General Research SuoDort 
BOONE, B.R., Temple U. Hosp., Philadelphia, Pa. 

General Research Suooort 
LEOPOLD, I.H., Wills Eye Hosp., Philadelphia, 

Pa. General Research Suooort 
HICKEY, R.C., Univ. Texas, Houston 

General Research Suooort 
GL0R1G, A., Los Angeles Pdn. Otology, Cal. 

General Research SuoDort 
KRUPP, MA, Paito Alto Med. Res. Fdn., Cal. 

General Research Suooort 
KEENEY, E.L., Scripps Clinic, Res. Fdn., 

La Jolla. Cal. General Research Support 
MORIN, R.V., Childrens Hosp., Washington, D.C. 

General Research SuoDort 
SIGEL, M.M, Variety Children's Res. Fdn., 

Miami. Fla. General Research Snnnnrt 
MURPHY, G., Menninger Fdn., Topeka, Karis. 

Genera! Research Suonort 
CARRERA, G.M., Alton Ochsner Med. Fdn., 

New Orleans. La. General Research SuDoort 
VAGTBORG, H., Southwest Fdn., Res., Educ, 

San Antonio. Tex. General Research Suooort 
HUTCHINSON, W.B., Pacific Northwest Res. Fdn., 

Seattle. Wash. General Research Suooort 
CALKINS, W.C., Kaiser Fdn. Res. Inst., 

Oakland. Cal. General Research Sucoort 
GRAHAM, B., Stanford Res. Inst., Menlo Park, 

Cal. General Research Sunoort 
BUKANTZ, S.C., Children's Asthma Res. Inst., 

Hosp., Denve-, Colo. General Research 

Suooort 
HOFFMAN, S.J., Cook Co. Hosp., Chicago, lit. 

General Research Suooort 
HOMBURGER, F., Bio-Research Inst., Cambridge, 

Mass. General Research Suooort 
FARBER, S., Children's Cancer Res. Fdn., 

Boston. Mass. General Research Suooort 



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BALAZS, E.A., Retina Fdn., Boston, Mass. 

General Research SuoDort 
CRAWFORD, B., Worcester Fdn.7 Shrewsbury, 

Mass. General Research Support 
SIMPSON, W.L., Detroit Inst., Cancer R&7, 

Mich. General Research Support 
MULDER, D.W.. Mayo Assn., Rochester, Minn. 

General Research Suooort 
WHITE, C.S., Lovelace Fdn., Med. Educ, Res., 

Aibuquergue, N. Mex. General Research 

Suooort 
VOLK, B.W., Jewish Chronic Disease Hosp., 

Brooklyn. N.Y. General Research Suooort 
HORSFALL, F.L., Sioan Kettering Inst., N.Y.C. 

General Research Support 
PRATT, E.L., Childrens Hosp. Res. Fdn., 

Cincinnati. Ohio General Research Sunoort 
NIPPERT, L., Christ Hosp. Inst., Med. Res., 

Cincinnati. Ohin General Rpsearr.h Sunnnrt 
SONTAG, L.W., Pels Res. Inst.," Yellow Springs, 

Ohio General Research Support 
ELIEL, L.P., Oklahoma Med. Res. ir,st., 

Oklahoma Citv General Research Suooort 
TALBOT, T.R., Jr., Inst, Cancer Res., 

Philadelphia. Pa. General Research Support 
KOPROWSKI, H., Wistar Inst., Philadelphia, 

Pa. General research sunnort_ 
PERKINS, D.J., Rancho Los Amigos Hosp., 

Downey. Calif. General Research Suooort 
MYERS, O.E., Yerkes Lab. Emory U., Atlanta, Ga. 

General Research Suopprt 
MILLER, W.E., Inst, of L.oaopedics, Wichita, 

Kan. General Research Support 
GREEN, EX., Roscoe B. Jackson Mem. Lab. 

Bar Harbor. Maine General Research Suooort 
MEACHAM, H.D., Friends of Psy. Res. Inc., 

Baltimore. Md. General Research Suooort 
BIBBY, B.G., Eastman Dental Disp., Rochester, 

New York General ResearchSuooort 
DYER, R., Calif. State Dept. Pub. Tilth., 

Berkeley. Cal. General Research Support 
SiMON, A., Neuropsychiatric Inst., San 

Franciscn. Cal. General Resear ch Support 
MARTIN, W.P., Los Angeles Co. Harbor Gen. 

Hosp., Torrance, Cal. Generai Research 

Support 
VENABLE, J.H., Ga. Dept. Pub. Hlth., Atlanta 

General Research SuDDort 
GREENBLATT, M., Mass. Mental Health Res. 

Corp.. Boston General Research Support 
HUBBARD, F.G., Baltimore City Hospitals. Md. 

General Research Suopprt 
GOTTLIEB, J.S., Lafayette Clinic, Detroit, Mich. 

General Research SuDoort 
INGRAHAM, H.S., Dept. Hith., Albany, N.Y. 

General Research SuDoort 
KOLB, L., Psychiatric Inst., N.Y.C. 

Genera! Research Suopprt 
KLiNE, N.S., Rockland State Hosp., Orangeburg, 

N.Y. General Research Suooort 
AIJSMAN, R.K., Health Res., Inc., Roswell Park 

Div.. Buffalo. N.Y. General research support 
HINKO, E.N., Cleveland Psychiatric Inst., 

Cleveland. Ohio General research suooort 
HIRST, G.K., P.H. Research Inst, of City of N.Y. 

Genera! research support 
MAZUR, H., Cedars of Lebanon Hosp., Los 

Anoeles. Cai. General research support 
GREER, J. P., Childrens Memorial Hosp., Chicago, 

III. Generai research suoDOrt 

DAY, R.L., Children's Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

General research suooort 
ARMSTRONG, P.B., Marine Biologicai Laboratory, 

Woods Hole. Mass. Genera] research suonort 
GOLDNER, M.G., The Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn, 

N.Y. General research support 

PORTER, R.M., The Childrens "Hosp., Columbus, 

Ohio Generai research su pport. 

BARRETT, H.S., Connecticut State Dept. of Health" 

Hartford General research suooort 

HARDY, A.V., Florida State Boirdof Health, 

Jacksonville General research suooort 

ROGERS, S., Research Center-Hospital, 

Knoxville. Tenn. General research sunoort 
OSMOND, H.F., Neurology & Psychiatry, Box 1000 

Princeton. W.J. General research suooort 
MORSE, E.V.. Sen. Vet., Med.", Purdue Univ., 
Lafayette, Indiana General research 

suooort 
KRILL, W.R., Col. Vet. Med., Ohio State Univ., 
Columbus, Ohio General research 

suooort 

McCAUUM, CHARLES A., UnivTAIabama 

Med. Cr., Birmingham, Ala. General 

research sunoort 
TOCCHINI, JOHN, Col. Physicians, Surg., 

Univ. Pacific, San Francisco, Cal. 

General research sucaort 
SMITH, CHARLES T., Lcma Linda Univ., 

Loma Linda, Cai. General research 

suooort 



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McNULTY, R.W., Univ. So. California, 
Los Angeles, Cal. General research 

SUDDort 

SOGNNAES, REIDAR F„ Univ. California, 

Los Angeles, Cal. General research 

suonort 
FLEMING, WILLARD C, Univ. California, 

San Francisco, Cal. General research 

sunnnrt 
HESS, WALTER C, Georgetown Univ., 

Washington, D.C. General research 

sunnort 
DIXON, RUSSELL A., Col. Dent., Howard 

Univ., Washington, D.C. General 

research suonort 
MOULTON, GEORGE H Sch. Dent., Emory 

Univ., Atlanta, Ga. General research 

suDonrt 
YALE, SEYMOUR H., Col. Dent., Univ. Illinois, 

Chicaan.lll. General research sunoort 
TOTO, PATRICK D., Sch. Dent.,Loyola 

Univ., Chicago, III. General 

research suonort 
TEUSCHER, GEORGE W., Northwestern 

Univ., Chicago, III. General 

research suDoort 
HINE, MAYNARD K., Indiana Univ.Tdn., 

Bloomington, Ind. General research 

suDonrt 
LOVETT, DUANE W., Col. Dent., State 

Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 

General research SUDDort 
MORRIS, ALVIN L„ Univ. Kentucky Med. Cr., 

Lexington, Ky. General research 

suonort 
MYERS, RAYMOND E., Sch. Dent., Univ. 

Louisville, Louisville, Ky. General 

research suooort 
JEANSQNNE, EDMUND E., Sch. Dent., Loyola 

Univ., New Orleans, La. General 

research suDoort 
SALLEY, JOHN J., Sch. Dent., Univ. 

Maryland, Baltimore, Md. General 

research SUDDort 

GREEP, ROY 0., Sch. Dent. Med.,flarvard 

Univ., Boston, Mass. General research 

suooort 
CALISTI, LOUIS J.P., Sch. Dent. Med., 

Tufts Univ., Medford, Mass. General 

research suooort 
BARALT, A.R., Jr., Sch. Dent., Univ. 

Detroit, Detroit, Mich. General 

research suooort 

MANN, WILLIAM R., Sch. Dent., Unrv. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. General 

research suooort 
SCHAFFET?, ERVIN M., Sch. Bent., Univ. 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. General 

research suooort 
ROBINSON, HAMILTON B.G., Sch. Dent., 

Univ. Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 

General research suooort 
FLIEDER, DONALD E., Sch. Dent., 

St. Louis Univ., St. Louis, Mo. 

General research SUDDort 
BOLING. LEROY R., Sch. Dent., Washington 

Univ., St. Louis, Mo. General research 

SUDDort 

SHADDY, RAYMOND W., Sch. Bent., 

Creighton Univ., Omaha, Nebr. 

General research SUDDort 
IRELAND, RALPH L., Col. Dent., Univ. 

Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. General 

research SUDDort 
WILSON, WALTER A., Sch. Dent., Fairlelgh 

Dickinson Univ., Teaneck, N.J. 

General research suooort 
TOBIM, DANIEL F., Seton Hal] CoL Dent., 

Jersey City, N.J. General research 

sunnnrt 
PHIPPS, GRANT T., Research Fdn. State 

Univ. New York, Albany, N.Y. 

General research suooort 
SMITH, GILBERT P., Sch. Dent., Oral Surg., 

Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. General 

research suDoort 
NAGLE, RAYMOND J., New York Univ., N.Y.C. 

General research suooort 
BRAUER, JOHN C, Sch. Dent., Univ. 

North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 

General research suooort 
WILSON, JOHN R., Ohio State Univ. 

Res. Fdn., Columbus, Ohio 

General research SUDDort 
BOYLE, PAUL E.,Sch. Dent., Western 

Reserve Univ., Cleveland, Ohio 

General research SUDDort 
NOYES, HAROLD J., Univ. Oregon Dent. Sch., 

Portland, Ore. General research 

SUDDort 

WILLIAMS, NED B., Sch. Dent., Univ. 
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
General research suonort 



FR-05338 GRS FORREST, EDWARD J., Sch. Dent., Univ. 

Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

General research suooort 
FR-05339 GRS McCREA, MARION W., Sch. Dent., Temple 

Univ., Philadelphia, Pa. 

General research suooort 
fR-05340 GRS HARRIS, NORMAN 0.,.Sch. Dent., Univ. 

Puerto Rico, San Juan, P.R. 

General research suooort 
FR-05341 GRS MOBLEY, E.L., Sch. Dent., Meharry Med. 

Col., Nashville, Tenn. General 

research suDoort 
FR-05342 GRS PETERSON, SHAILER, Col. Dent., Univ. 

Tennessee, Memphis, Tenn. General 

research suooort 
FR-05343 GRS BISHOP, JACK G., Col. Dent., Baylor Univ., 

Dallas, Texas General research 

suooort 
FR-05344 GRS OLSON, JOHN VICTOR, Univ. Texas, 

Houston, Texas General 

research suooort 
FR-05345 GRS LYONS, HARRY, Sch. Dent., Med. Col. Virginia, 

Richmond, Va. General research 

SUDDort 

FR-05346 GRS H1CKEY, MAURICE J., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. 

General research SUDDort 
FR-05347 GRS RANDOLPH, KENNETH V., West Virginia 

Univ., Morgantown, W. Va. 

General research suooort 
FR-05348 GRS ALEXANDER, L.C., Marquette Univ., Milwaukee, 

Wis. General research suooort 
FR-05349 GRS HILL, S. RICHARDSON, Jr., Univ. Alabama 

Med. Cr., Birmingham, Ala. General 

research suonort 
FR-05350 GRS SHOREY, WINSTON K., Univ. Arkansas Med. 

Cr., Little Rock, Ark. General 

research suooort 
FR-05351 GRS BELL, GRACE B.. California Col". Med., 

Los Angeles, Cal. General 

research suooort 
FR-05352 GRS HINSHAW, DAVID B„ Sch. Med., Loma Linda 

Univ., Loma Linda, Cal. General 

research SUDDort 
FR-05353 GRS RAFFEL, SIDNEY, Sch. Med., Stanford 

Univ., Palo Alto, Cal. General 

research suooort 
FR-05354 GRS MELLINKOFF, SHERMAN M„ Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. General 

research suooort 
FR-05355 GRS REINH ARDT, W.O., Univ. California Med. Cr., 

San Francisco, Cal. General research 

suooort 
FR-05356 GRS EGEBERG, ROGER 0.. Sch. Med., Univ. So. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. General 

research suonort 
FR-05357 GRS CONGER, JOHN J., Sch. Med., Univ. Colorado, 

Denver, Colo. General research 

suooort 
FR-05358 GRS LIPPARD, VERNON W., Sch. Med., Yale Univ., 

New Haven, Conn. General research 

suooort 
FR-05359 GRS GRIFFIN, ANGUS M., Sch. Med./George 

Washington Univ., Washington, D.C. 

General research suooort 
FR-05360 GRS HESS, WALTER C, Sch. Med., Georgetown 

Univ., Washington, D.C. General 

research suooort 
FR-05361 GRS HARDEN, K. ALBERT, Col. MeT., Howard 

Univ., Washington, D.C. General 

research SUDDort 
FR-05362- GRS SUTER, EMANUEL, Grad. Sch., Univ. Florida, 

Gainesville, Fla. General research 

SUDDort 

FR-05363 GRS NICHOLSON, HAYDEN C, Sch. Med., Univ. 

Miami, Coral Gables, Fla. General 

research SUDDort 

FR-05364 GRS RICHARDSON, ARTHUR P., Sch. Med., Emory 

Univ., Atlanta, Ga. General research 

suDoort 
FR-05365 GRS AHLQUIST, R.P., Med. Col. Georgia, 

Augusta, Ga. General research 

SUDDOrt 

FR-05366 GRS KUSHNER, DANIEL S., Chicago Med. Sch., 

Chicago, III. General research 

suooort 
FR-05367 GRS BENNETT, H. STANLEY, Sch7 Med., Univ. 

Chicago, Chicago, III. General 

research suooort 
FR-05368 GRS SHEEHAN, JOHN F., Strltch Sch. Med., 

Loyola Univ., Chicago, III. General 

research SUDDort 
FR-05369 GRS GROVE, WILLIAM J., Col. Med./Unlv. 

Illinois, Chicago, III. General 

research suooort 
FR-05370 GRS YOUNG, RICHARD H., Sch. Med., Northwestern 

Univ., Chicago, III. General research 

suooort 
FR-05371 GRS MERRITT, DORIS H., Indiana Univ. Fdn., 

Bloomington, Ind. General research 

suooort 

FR-05372 GRS HARDIN, ROBERT C, Sch. Med., State 

Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa General 

research suDoort 



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MILLS, RUSSELL C, Univ. Kansas Med. Cr., 
Kansas City, Kansas General research 

SUDDOrt 

WILL ARD, WILLIAM R., Sch. Me~d., Univ. 

Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. General 

research suooort 
SMITH, DONN L., Sch. Med., Univ. Louisville, 

Louisville, Ky. General research 

SUDDOrt 

THURBER, GEORGE A., Sch. Med., Louisiana 

State Univ., New Orleans, La. 

General research suDDort 
SPRAGUE, CHARLES C, Sch. Med., Tulane 

Univ., New Orleans, La. General 

research suDDort 
TURNER, THOMAS B., Sch. Med., Johns 

Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 

General research suDDort 
STONE, WILLIAMS., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Maryland, Baltimore, Md. General 

research suoonrt 
EBAUGH, F.D., Jr., Sch. Med., Boston 

Univ., Boston, Mass. General 

research suooort 
EBERT, ROBERT J., Harvard Univ., Boston, 

Mass. General research suqpnj-t 
HAYMAN, JOSEPH M., Jr., Sch. Med., 

Tufts Univ., Medford, Mass. General 

research sunDort 
HUBBARD, WILLIAM N., Jr., Sch. Med., 

Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

General research suDDort 
GARDNER, ERNEST, Sch. Med., Wayne State 

Univ., Detroit, Mich. General 

research suDDort 
HOWARD, ROBERT B., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 

General research suooort 
GRONVALL, JOHN A., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Mississippi, Jackson, Miss. 

General research suDDort 
WILSON, VERNON E., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Missouri, Columbia, Mo. General 

research suooort 
FELIX, R.H., Sch. Med., St. Louis Univ., 

St. Louis, Mo. General research 

suooort 
KING, M. KENTON, Sch. Med., Washington 

Univ., St. Louis, Mo. General 

research suooort 
EGAN, RICHARD L„ Sch. Med., Crelghton 

Univ., Omaha, Nebr. General 

research suooort 
WITTSON, CECIL L., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. General 

research suoonrt 
MUDGE, GILBERT H., Sch. Med., Dartmouth 

Col., Hanover, N.H. General research 

sunonrt 
McCORMACK, JAMES E., SetonHall Col. 

Med., Jersey City, N.J. General 

research suooort 
WIGGERS, HAROLD C, Albany Med. Col., 

Union Univ., Albany, N.Y. General 

research suooort 
MERRITT, H. HOUSTON, Col. Phys., Surg., 

Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. General 

research suooort 
DEITRICK, JOHN E., Med. Col., Cornell 

Univ., New York, N.Y. General research 

SUDDOrt 

KOGEL, MARCUS D., Albert Einstein Col. 

Med., Yeshlva Univ., Bronx, N.Y. 

General research suooort 
SNYDER, RALPH E., New York Med. Col., 

N:Y:C. General research suooort 
FARBER, SAUL J., New York Univ. Med. Cr., 

New Ynrk. N Y General research sunDort 
SURGENOR, DOUGLAS M., Res. Fdn. State 

Univ. New York, Buffalo, N.Y. 

General research suooort 
MOORE, ROBERT A., Res. Fdn. State Univ. 

New York, Albany, N.Y. General 

research suooort 
JACOBSEN, CARLYLE F., Upstate Med. Cr., 

State Univ. New York, Syracuse, N.Y. 

General research suooort 
McKEE, FRANK W., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. General 

research suooort 
MEADS, MANSON. Bowman Gray Sch. Med., 

Winston-Salem, N.C. General 

research suooort 
ANLYAN, WILLIAM G., Sch. Med., Duke Univ., 

Durham, N.C. General research 

suooort 
TAYLOR. ISAAC M., Univ. NorttTCarollna, 

Chapel Hill, N.C. General 

research suDDort 
HARWOOD, T.H., Sch. Med., Univ. North 

Dakota, Grand Forks, N.D. General 

research sunDort 
GRULEE, CLIFFORD G., Jr., Col. Med., 

Univ. Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 

General research suDDort 



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MEILING, RICHARD L., Ohio State Univ., 

Columbus, Ohio General research 

suooort 
BOND, DOUGLAS D.,Sch. Med.,Western 

Reserve Univ., Cleveland, Ohio 

General research suooort 
WHITE, JOSEPH M., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

General research suDoort 
BAIRD, D.W.E., Univ. Oregon Med. Sch., 

Portland, Ore. General research 

suooort 
KELLOW, WILLIAM F., Hahnemann Med. Col. 

and Hosp., Philadelphia, Pa. 

General research suooort 
SODEMAN, WILLIAM A,, Jefferson Med. Col., 

Philadelphia, Pa. General research 

suooort 
GURIN, SAMUEL, Sch. Med., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 

General research suooort 
CHEEVER, FRANCIS S., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. General 

research suooort 
BOONE, BERT R., Sch. Med., Temple Univ., 

Philadelphia, Pa. General research 

SUDDOrt 

LEYM ASTER, GLEN R., Woman's Med. Col., 

Philadelphia, Pa. General research 

suooort 
NIGAGLIONI, ADAN, Sch. Med., Univ. 

Puerto Rico, San Juan, P.R. 

General research suooort 
SMYTHE, CHEVES M., Med. Col. South 

Carolina, Charleston, S.C. 

General research suooort 
HARD, WALTER L„ Sen. Med., Univ. South 

Dakota, Vermillion, S.D. General 

research suooort 
JOHNSON, CHARLES W., Meharry Med. Col., 

Nashville, Tenn. General research 

SUDDOrt 

CALLISON, M.K., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Tennessee, Memphis, Tenn. General 

research support 
BATSON, RANDOLPH, Sch. Med., Vanderbilt 

Univ., Nashville, Tenn. General 

research suooort 
OLSON, STANLEY W., Col. Med., Baylor 

Univ., Houston, Tex. General 

research suooort 
GILL, A.J., Southwestern Med. Sch., 

Univ. Texas, Dallas.- Tex. General 

research suooort 
BLOCKER, TRUMAN G., Jr., University Texas 

Med. Branch, Galveston, Tex. 

General research suooort 
CASTLETON, KENNETH B., Col. Med., Univ. 

Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah General 

research suooort 
SLATER, ROBERT J., Col. Med., Univ. 

Vermont, Burlington, Vt. General 

research suDDort 
NELSON, KINLOCH, Med. Col. Virginia, 

Richmond, Va. General research 

suooort 
CRISPELL, KENNETH R., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 

General research suDDort 
HOGNESS, JOHN R., Sch. Med., Univ. Washington, 

Seattle, Wash. General research 

suooort 
SLEETH, CLARK K., Sch. Med., West Virginia 

Univ., Morgantown, W. Va. General 

research suooort 
HIRSCHBOECK. JOHN S., Sch. Med., Marquette 

Univ., Milwaukee, Wis. General 

research suooort 
CROW, JAMES F., Med. Sch., Univ. 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. General 

research suooort 
MELCHIOR, JACKLYN B., Chicago Col. Osteopathy, 

Chicago, III. General research 

suDDort 
NIFFENEGGER, ORA E„ Col. Osteopathic 

Med., Surg., Des Moines, Iowa 

General research suDDort 
COLE,W.V„ Kansas City Col. Osteopathy, 

Surg., Kansas City, Mo. General 

research suooort 
DENSLOW, J.S.. Klrksvllle Col. Osteopathy, 

Surg., Kirksvllle, Mo. General 

research suooort 
MERCER, SHERWOOD R., Philadelphia Col. 

Osteopathy, Philadelphia, Pa. 

General research suDDort 
SMITH, CHARLES E., Sch. Public Hlth., 

Univ. California, Berkeley, Cal. 

General research suDoort 
GOERKE, L.S., Univ. California, Berkeley, 

Cal. General research suooort 
PAYNE, ANTHONY M-M., Yale Univ., New Haven, 

Conn. General research suooort 



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PATERSON, J.CS.,Sch. Public Kith., 

Tulane Univ., New Orleans, La. 

General research suooort 
STEBBINS, ERNEST L.,Sch. Hygiene, Public 

Hlth., Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 

General research suooort 
SNYDER, JOHN C., Harvard Sch. Public Hlth., 

Boston, Mass. General research 

SUDDOrt 

WEGMAN, MYRON E., Univ. Michigan, Ann 
Arbor, Mich. General research 

SUDDOrt 

ANDERSO.M, GAYLORD W., Univ. Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. General research 

support 
TRUSSELL, RAY E., Sch. Pub. Health, 

Admin. Med., Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. 

General research suooort 
MAYES, W, FRED, Consolidated Univ. North 

Carolina, Chapel Hill,N.C. General 

research support 
CRABTREE, JAMES A., Grad. Sch. Public 

Health, Univ. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, 

Pa. General research suooort 
CURT, JOSE N., Sch. Med., Univ. Puerto 

Rico, San Jusn, P.R, General 

research suoourt 
DANIELS, T.C, Univ. California Med. Cr., 

San Francisco, Cai. General 

research support 
MURRAY, DANIEL H„ Res . Fdn. State, 

Univ. New York, Albany, N.Y. 

Genera! research suoDort 
BIANCULLI, JOSEPH A., Sch. Pharm., 

Univ. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

General research suooort 
KUPCHAN,$, MORRIS, Univ. Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. General research 

support 
PR!TCHARD,W.R.,Sch. Veterinary Med., 

Univ. California, Davis, Cal. 

General research suoport 
JENSEN, RUE, Col. Veterinary Med., 

Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, 

Colo. General research suooort 
MORSE, ERSKINE V., Purdue Univ., Lafayette, 

Ind. General research suooort 
BRANDLY, C A, Co!. Veterinary Med., 

Univ. Illinois, Urbana, III. 

General research suooprt 
THORP, W.T.S., Univ. Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. Genera! research 

support 
POPPENSICK, GEORGE C, Veterinary Col., 

Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. General 

research suooort 
XRILL, WALTER R„ Ohio State Univ., 

Columbus, Ohio General research 

suooort 
ALLAM, MARK W., Univ. Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia, Pa. General research 

suooort 
HENDERSON, J.A., Grad. Sch., Washington 

State Univ., Pullman, Wash. General 

research suooort 
LAHEY, M. EUGENE, Children's Hosp., 

East Bay, Oakland, Cal. General 

research suooort 
ELLIOTT, FREDERICK N., Cedars of Lebanon 

Hosp., Los Angeles, Cal. General 

research suooort 
WARD ROBERT, Chlidrens Boss., 

Los Angeles, Csi. General 

research suooort 
WICK, ROLLAND E., Children's Hosp., 

San Francisco, Cal. General 

research sunnnrt 

SMITH, HARVEY B., City of Hope Med. Cr., 

Duarte,Cal. General research 

suooort 
BERKE, MARK, Mt. Zion Hosn. and Med. Cr., 

San Francisco, Cal. General 

research support 
STRAUS, REUBEN, Saint Joseph Hosp., 

Burfcank, Cal. General 

resparr.h snnnnrt 
COHM, MAURICE !.., Nat. Jewish Hosp., 

Denver, Colo. General research 

support 
GREER, JOSEPH P., Children's Mem. Hosp., 

Chicago, III. General research 

sunnnrt 
SILVERMAN, WILLIAM J., Michael Reese 

Hosp. and Med. Cr., Chicago, III. 

General research suooort 
BRADY, NORMAN A., Presbyterlan-St. Luke's 

Hosp., Chicago, III. 

General research support 
HUBBARD, FREDERIC G., Sinai Hosp., 

Baltimore, Md. General 

research support 
LEE, SIDNEY S„, Beth Israel Hosp., Boston, Mass. 

General research suoport 
McTERNAN, EDMUND J., Boston Disp., 

Boston. Mass. General research support 



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MILLS, RICHARD D., Boston Lying-in Hosp., 

Boston. Mass. General research suooort 
CRONKH1TE, LEONARD W., Jr., Children's 

Hcsp. Med. Cr., Boston, Mass. 

General research suooort 
HEIN, JOHN W„ Forsyth Dental Inf. 

Children, Boston, Mass. General 

research suooort 
de MARNEFFE, FRANCIS, McLean Hosp., 

Belmont, Mass. General 

research suooort 
HiLL, FRANCIS $., Massachusetts Eye, Ear Inf., 

Boston. Mass. General research suDDort 
GROSS, JEROME, Massachusetts Gen. Hosp., 

Boston. Mass. General research suooort 
BONNE?, PHILIP D., Massachusetts Mem. Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. General research 

support 
VIGUERS, RICHARD T., New England Center 

Hosp., Boston, Mass. General 

research suooort 
DAY, ROBERT T., Peter Bent Brlgham Hoso., 

Boston, Mass. General research 

suooort 
PROCTOR, LORNE D., Henry Ford Hosp., 

Detroit, Mich. General research 

suoport 
GEE, DAVID A., Jewish Hosp., Saint Louis, Mo. 

General research suonnrr 
ANTOPOL, WILLIAM, Bern Israel Hosp., 

New York. N.Y. General research suonnrt 
RUBIN, MITCHELL I „ Children's Hosp., 

Buffalo, N.Y. General research 

suoport 
ROBBIKS, LEWIS L., Hillside Hosp., 

Glen Oaks, N.Y. General 

research suooort 
BAUER, GORAN C.H., Hosp. Special Surgery, 

N.Y.C. General research sunnnrt 
R0GAT2, PETER, Long Island Jewish Hosp., 

New Hyde Park, N.Y. General research 

suooort 
COHEN. IRVIN J., Malmonides Hosp., 

Brooklyn, N.Y. General research 

support 
BCRDLEY, JAMES, III. Mary I. Bassett 

Hosp., Cooperstown, N.Y. General 

research suooort 
CHERXASXV, MARTIN, Montefiore Hosp., 

Bronx, N.Y. General research 

suooort 
STEINBERG, MARTIN R., Mount Slnal Hosp., 

New York, N.Y. General research 

suooort 
DAVIDSON, CHARLES W., St. Luke's Hosp., 

New York, N.Y. General research 

suooort 
ANTHONY MARIE, SISTER, Saint Vincent's 

Hosp., New York, N.Y. General research 

suoport 
GOLDNER, MARTIN G., Jewish Hosp., Brooklyn, 

N.Y. General research support 
ROSTOMILY, CLIFFORD R., Children's Hosp., 

Columbus, Ohio General research 

suooort 
AJL, SAMUEL J., Albert Einstein Med. Cr., 

Philadelphia, Pa. General research 

suooort 
SCOTT. T.F. McNAIR, Children's Hosp., 

Philadelphia, Pa. General 

research support 
GAFFNEY, PAUL C, Children's Hosp., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. General 

research suooort 
KOLBE, HENRY W., Philadelphia Gen. Hosp., 

Philadelphia, Pa. General research 

suoport 
BOONE, BERT R., Temple Univ., Philadelphia, 

Pa fipnpral fpsparrh Qiinnnrt 

SERY, THEODORE W., Wills Eye Hosp., 

Philadelphia, Pa. General 

research suooort 
CLARK, R. LEE, Univ. Texas, M.D. Anderson 

Hosp. and Tumor Inst., Houston, Tex. 

General research suouort 
KRUPP, MARCUS A., Palo Alto Med. Res. 

Fdn., Palo Alto, Cal. General 

research suooort 
KEENEY, EDMUND L.,Scrlpps Clinic and 

Res. Fdn., La Jolla, Cai. General 

research suoport 
MORIN, ROBERT V., Res. Fdn. Children's 

Hosp., Washington, D.C. General 

research suoport 
SIGEL, M. MICHAEL, Variety Children's 

Res. Fdn., Inc., Miami, Fla. 

General research suoport 
MURPHY, GARDNER, Menninger Fdn., Topeka, 

Kans. General research suooort 
JORDAN, JERRY D., Alton Oehsner Msd. Fdn., 

New Orleans, La. General research 

suooort 



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VAGTBORG, HAROLD, Southwest Fdn. Res. 

and Education, San Antonio, Tex. 

General research suDDort 
HUTCHINSON. WILLIAM B., Pacific North- 
west Res. Fan., Seattle, Wash. 

General research suooort 
CALKINS, WILLARD C, Kaiser Fdn. Res. 

Inst., Oakland, Cal . General 

research suDoort 
GRAHAM, BRUCE, Stanford Res. Inst., 

Menlo Park, Cal. General research 

SUDDOrt 

FALLIERS, C.J., Children's Asthma Res. 
Inst, and Hosp., Denver, Colo, 
fipnpral research snnnnrfr 

HOFFMAN, SAMUEL J., Hektoen Inst. Med. 

Res. of Cook County Hosp., Chicago, III. 

General research suDoort 
HOMBURGER, F., Bio-Research Inst., 

Inc., Cambridge, Mass. General 

research suDnort 
FARBER, SIDNEY, Children's Cancer Res. Fdn., 

Inc., Boston, Mass. General 

research suDoort 
BALAZS. ENDREA A., Retina Fdn., Boston, Mass. 

General research suooort 
CRAWFORD, BRUCE, Worcester Fdn. Experimental 

Biology, Inc., Shrewsbury, Mass. 

General research suooort 
SIMPSON, WILLIAM L., Detroit Inst. Cancer 

Res., Detroit, Mich. General 

research suDoort 
LADNER, K.J., Mayo Assn., Rochester, 

Minn. General research suooort 
WHITE, CLAYTON S., Lovelace Fdn. Med. 

Education and Res., Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

fipnpral rp<;parrh snnnnrt 

VOLK, BRUNO W., Isaac Albert Res. Inst, of 

Jewish Chronic Disease Hosp., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

General research suooort 
HIRST, GEORGE K., Pub. Health Res. Inst., 

New York. N.Y. General research suooort 
HORSFALL, FRANK L., Jr., Sloan-K«tterlng 

Inst. Cancer Res., New York, N.Y. 

General research suooort 
PRATT, EDWARD L., Children's Hosp. Res. 

Fdn., Cincinnati, Ohio General 

research suooort 
SMITH, CARL C., Christ Hosd. Inst. Med. 

Res., Cincinnati, Ohio General 

research suDoort 
SONTAG, L.W., Fels Res. Inst., Yellow 

Springs, Ohio General research 

suDDort 
ELIEL, LEONARD P., Oklahoma Med. Res. 

Inst., Oklahoma City, Okla. 

General research suooort 
TALBOT, T.R., Jr., Inst. Cancer Res., 

Philadelphia, Pa. General 

research suooort 
KOPROWSKI, HILARY, Wistar Inst., Philadelphia, 

Pa. General research sup port 
ROGERS, STANFIELD, Univ. Tennessee Res. 

Cr., Knoxville, Tenn. General 

research sunnnrr 
PERKINS. DONOVAN J., Attending Staff 

Assn. of Rancho Los Amigos Hosp., Inc., 

Downev. Ca!. General research suDDort 
BOURNE, GEOFFREY H., Yerkes Lab. of 

Emory Univ., Atlanta, Ga. 

Gpnpral rpsparr-h Minnnrt 
GREEN, EARL L„ Roscoe B. Jackson Mem. 

Lab., Bar Harbor, Me. General 

research suooort 
MEACHAM, HARRY D., Spring Grove State Hosp., 

Baltimore, Md. General research 

suooort 
PARPART, ARTHUR K., Marine Biological Lab., 

Woods Hole, Mass. General research 

support 

BIBBY, BASIL G., Eastman Dental Dlsp., 

Rochester, N.Y. General research 

suooort 

DYAR, ROBERT, California State Dent. 

Health, Berkeley, Cal. General 

research suDoort 
SIMON, ALEXANDER, Langley Porter Neuro- 

psychiatric Inst., San Francisco, Cal. 
General research suooort 
MARTTN, WALTER P., Attending Staff Assn. 

of Los Angeles Harbor Gen. Hosp., Torrance, 

Cal. General research suooort 
BARRETT, HAROLD S., Connecticut State Dept. 

Health, Hartford, Conn. General 

resparr.h sunnnrt 



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HARDY, ALBERT V., Florida State Beard 

Health, Jacksonville, Fla. 

General research suDoort 
EWALT, JACK R., Massachusetts Mental Health 

Res. Corp.,. Boston, Mass. 

General research suoDort 
KURLANDER, ARNOLD 8., Baltimore City 

Hosp., Baltimore, Md. General 

research suooort 
BECKETT, PETER G.S., Lafayette Clinic, 

Detroit, Mich. General research 

suDunrt 
OSMOND, HUMPHRY F., Bureau Res. Neurology 

and Psychiatry, Princeton, N.J. 

General research suooort 
LARIMORE, GRANVILLE W., Health Research 

Inc., Albany, N.Y. General research 

suooort 
KOLB, LAWRENCE. Res. Fdn. Mental Hygiene, 

Inc.. New York. N.Y. General research suoor.rt 
KLINE, NATHAN S., Res. Fdn. Mental Hygiene/ 

Inc., Orangeburg, N.Y. General 

research suooort 
AUSMAN, ROBERT K., Health Research, Inc., 

Buffalo, N.Y. General research 

suooort 
CAWFIS, EWING H.. Cleveland Psychiatric 

Inst., Cleveland, Ohio General 

research suooort 
WEBSTER, GEORGE L., Sen. Pharm., Univ. 

Illinois, Chicago, III. General 

research sunnnrt 

BAKER, DURWOOD L., Col. Vet. Med., 

Iowa State Univ., Ames, Iowa 

General research suooort 
GERBODE, FRANK, Inst. Med. Sciences, 

San Francisco, Cal. General research 

SUDDOrt 

HOLM, GLENN C, Oklahoma State Univ., 

Stillwater, Okla. General research 

suooort 
PRAGER, MORTON D., Wadley Res. Inst., 

Blood Cr., Dallas, Tex. General 

research suDoort 
LEZER, LEON R., Boston City Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. General research 

suooort 
HUTCHINSON, DONALD L„ Magee-Womens Hosp., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. General research 

suooort 
ROWE. THOMAS D., Univ. Michigan, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. General research 

suDoort 
JOUBLANC, EUGENt M., St. Joseph's Hosp., 

Phoenix, Ariz. General research 

suDoort 
STETTEN, DeWITT, Jr., Rutgers State Univ., 

New Brunswick, N J. General research 

suDDort 
TOMPSETT, RALPH, Baylor Univ. Med. Cr., 

Houston, Tex. General research 

suooort 
MILHORAT, ADE T., Inst, for Muscle Disease, 

New York, N.Y. General research 

SUDDOrt 

DAVIES, T.H., Mellon Inst, of Industrial 

Res., Pittsburgh, Pa. General research 

suDoort 
FIT2:, REGINALD H., Univ. New Mexico, 

Albuquerque, N; Mex. General 

research suDoort 
PINKEL, DONALD, St. Jude Hosd., Memphis, 

Tenn. General research s uooo rt 
RODAHL, KAARE, Lankenau Hosp",, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Genera! research 

suDDort 
ROSENBERG, ABRAHAM. Hosp. for Joint 

Diseases, New York, N.Y. General 

research suooort 

CATHCART, H. ROBERT, Pennsylvania Hosp., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Genera! research 

suDDort 
WARREN, SHIELDS, New Engiand Deaconess 

Hosp., Boston, Mass. General research 

SUDDOrt 

GOLDBERT, IRWIN, Monteflore Hosp., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. General research 

suooort 
STOCKS, CHESTER L., Good Samaritan Hosp., 

Portland, Oregon General research 

suDDort 
SALK, JONAS E., Salk Inst. Biological 

Studies, San Diego, Cal . General 

research suDoort 
COOPER, FRANKLIN S., Haskins Laboratories, 

Inc., New York, N.Y. General research 

suooort 



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ATSENRERG « s 


GS-OO0T8 


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FR-8ST99 


AJL SAMOFL J 


FP-AAS88 


ALBERTY ROBERT A 


FP-AD1S7 


ALEXANDER L C 


FR-8S341B 


AttAM M W 


ER-OATSB 


ALlAM MAR* W 


FP-AATT2 


ALlAM MAW! W 


FR-AS4S* 


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FR-0AAS3 


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GS-0005* 


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0G-A0A57 


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ANDEPSON ft G 


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ANDERSON S * 


GS-8A149 


ANDERSON GAYLORO W 


FP-ns*»« 


ANLYAN WILLIAM G 


FR-854DS 


ANTHONY MARTE 


FR-8ST98 


ANTHONY MARTE SISTER 


FR-AS502 


ANTOPOL If 


FP-0STB8 


ANTOPOL WTLLIAM 


FR.AS492 


AROFRSTNGER WILLtAM J JR 


FP-AA191 


ARMSTRONG P B 


FP-A«75« 


ASTWOOD E R 


or— AAA36 


ASTWOOD FftlflPI B 


FR-AOA54 


ATTTNGER ERNST 


FP-0A148 


ABSMAN R H 


FP-0r?50 


ABSHAN ROBERT K 


FR-8S362 


BAIRD P W E 


fr-aois3 


BATED OWE 


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BATRO ft W E 


FR-AS4T2 


BAIRB ft-W F 


S5-B0IT2 


BAKER -OURWOOD L 


FP-ASS89 


BALAZS F A 


FR-OS720 


BALAK FNftRFA A 


FP-9S527 


BARALT A R JR 


FP-A8A2D 


BARALT A R JR 


FR-A8520 


BARALT A R JR 


GS-00021 


BARRETT G OCTO 


FR-00263 


BARRETT H S - 


FR-05259 


BARRETT HAROLD 5 


FR-0EW2 


BATSOU S ; 


ER-0SI2* 


BATSON RANBOLPH 


rpJifi&i 


BAUER G r R 


EP-AS191 


BAHFft GORAN C H 


FP-A,*49S 


BAXTER F 


OS-PAAe"] 1 


BECKETT PETER G S 


FR-0EE5T 


BEESON P B 


0«- 80A14 


BELL G B 


FR-A*A51 


BELL G B 


GS-0D13* 


BELL GRACE B 


Fft-05351 


BENNETT G A 


GS-0O0S9 


BENNETT H S 


FR-ASA5T 


BENNETT H S 


AS-0OA47 


BENNETT H S 


on-'ftOOTI 


RFNNFTT H STANLEY 


FR-00059 


BENNFTT H STANLEY 


FP-A8367 


BFRKF u 


FP-A«I6« 


BERTtE BARIC 


FP-0?4-T2 


BERRY G P 


Eft-D^OBl 


BERRY G P 


GS-08081 


BERRY GEORGE P 


FR-00168 


BERRY GEORGE P 


ER-OOIT? 


BERRYH1LL W R 


FR-OOOAS 


BFRRYHTLL W ft 


FR-0E106 


BERPYHILL W R 


GS-P0106 


BERPYHILL W R 


OG-0002* 


BTAGGI N 


GS-001?S 


°TAWI11LT J A 


FR-0AIS2 


BTANCULLT JOSEPH A 


Fft-S«4^? 


BTBBY B G 


FB-A«?*9 


RTBBY BASIL G 


ER-OWAB 


BISHOP J G 


EP-OOO** 


BISHOP J G 


FR-0S0A3 


BISHOP J G 


GS-OOO** 


BISHOP JACK G 


FR-rm«3 


BLATTNFR RUSSFLL J 


FR-001#fJ 


BLOCK" TRUMAN G JR 


FR-A0OT3 


BLOCK FP TRUMAN G JR 


FP-ftR427 


BOLING L R 


FP-0E025 


BOIING L ft 


GS-OOA26 


BOIING LFROY R 


FP-0A3J5 


BONO ft 


FR-A«110 


«OND ft ft 


GS-">0110 


BONO ftOUGLAS D 


FR-OOftBO 


BONO DOUGLAS D 


FR-05410 


BONGTOVANNT ALFREO H 


FR-00246 


BONNET P D 


FR-0S183 


BONNET PHILIP D 


FR-0S487 


BOONE B R 


FR-OSITT 


BOONE B R 


FR-AS702 


BOONE B P 


GS-AA1IT 


BOONE BERT ft 


FP-0S4T7 


BOONE BERT ft 


FP-A'iSDP 


BOROLFY J III 


FR-AtlP4 


BOPOLFY JANES ITI 


FR-0S498 


BOURNE GEOFFREY :H 


FR-0«543 


BOYLE P E 


FR-0303? 


BOYLE R E 


GS-A003* 


BOYLE PAUL F 


FR-0 5333 


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BRAOY NORMAN A 


FP-0S477 


BRANOLY c A 


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BRAKOLYC-A 


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BRABEft J C • - 


GS-P/0034 


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FR-83088 


BROWN R L 


GS-D009S 


BBKANTZS C 


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CAOY-LEE P JR 


FR-A07B8 


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CALIflNS WILLARft C 


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